ExpressGrub Set to Also Deliver Everyday Essentials Along with Its Signature Food Delivery
From over the counter medications to children’s diapers, ExpressGrub is set to deliver essential items to consumers in addition to providing restaurant food delivery from local restaurants and fast food chains.
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Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/17/2016 -- With increasing popularity amongst its consumers, ExpressGrub has decided to extend its list of services offered by including delivery of essential home items like diapers, detergents, over the counter medications and the like. This service extension is in addition to its current offering of food delivery from local restaurants and popular fast food chains.
Not only has ExpressGrub extended its range of services, it has also extended the regions that it serves beyond the major Cherry Hill area and now also includes the towns of Medford, Marlton, Deptford, and Moorestown in New Jersey.
Through its service offerings, ExpressGrub aims at giving back to the society by contributing to the Jim Fifis Lung Cancer Research Fund, Cherry Hill Food Pantry and the Police Benevolent Association.
In addition to being able to order food online along with everyday essentials, ExpressGrub is also keen on offering lunch and corporate catering for varied events and functions. They are working towards this idea by currently delivering lunch and party trays for offices and for special events and functions.
"ExpressGrub.com has been growing organically every year and we are just so thankful to our customers for relying on us as their go to place when they think of breakfast, lunch and dinner. We take that responsibility very seriously and we constantly introduce new services to meet customer demand." -Mohammed Oloko (CEO)
ExpressGrub, a Cherry Hill based company, was born in 2008 when then college student, Mohammed Oloko was tired of eating the same old food and wanted to try out new foods from different restaurants but was unable to do so as they didn't have a delivery system. Whilst still working for his management job at the time, Mohammed Oloko decided to start an online portal that made it possible for food to be delivered at one's homes and offices and instantly became a hit with audiences of South Jersey.