H-E-B wanted to thank their customers for their continued support as we all work together to create a safe shopping experience. The updated City of Austin order is requiring the public to wear face coverings while outside of the home, including while shopping in H-E-B stores, and with the support of customers, we can comply with this updated order and continue to keep each other safe while shopping. If you don’t have a medical mask, it’s easy to create one with a t-shirt or bandana. H-E-B also has updated signage in their stores to provide additional guidance on ways that we can continue to Slow the Spread.
H-E-B is excited to be able to partner with some of Austin’s favorite local restaurants and offer customers delicious meals from Fresas, Tatsu-ya, and Picknik. You can purchase prepared meals from these restaurants at select Austin H-E-B’s. For a full list of locations carrying these meals, visit the H-E-B newsroom.
H-E-B listened to the community and wanted to provide a way to ensure that the seniors in the community were able to stay safe at home and still access groceries. Through their partnership with Favor, seniors across Texas, age 60 and older, are able to place orders with Favor using a curated list of products available from H-E-B. Orders can be placed through the Favor app, online on Favor’s website every day from 11 am – 7 pm or through the Senior Support Line from 11 am – 3 pm. Orders are delivered to the customer’s doorstep within a few hours and delivery and service fees are waived for the first 30 days. All orders include a $10 tip which goes entirely to the Favor Runner. If customers are interested in contributing to the Senior Support Fund to cover this $10 tip on senior orders, please visit favordelivery.com/seniors.
Continuing the charge of Texans helping Texans, H-E-B delivered 75,000 fresh chef-inspired meals to hospitals across Texas to feed healthcare workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis.
For the next five weeks, H-E-B will continue to deliver Meal Simple meals to doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers engaged directly with COVID-19 patients. These are microwaveable meals that are ready to eat in under two minutes. Here in Austin, H-E-B dropped off meals at Ascension Seton Medical Centers, Baylor Scott & White, and Dell Children’s Hospital and will continue to drop off meals at additional medical centers in the coming weeks.
H-E-B is so grateful for the dedication of healthcare workers and will continue to support them and other local nonprofits on the front lines who are helping our fellow Texans.
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