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First-Ever Munchery Store Pops Up at Montgomery Bart

It’s open weekdays for busy commuters

The pop-up stand
The pop-up stand

Munchery is going through a time of change at the moment, with its recent CEO switch and struggling profits. Another, more positive, change is the meal delivery service’s first-ever brick-and-mortar location. It’s a holiday season pop-up in the Montgomery Bart Station, geared toward overly busy commuters.

To that end it’s open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and there’s no need to order through the app as per usual with Munchery. Instead, people can just walk on up and grab from six daily-rotating meals to go on the fly. During December, pricing will be the same for Munchery members and non-members alike, but in the new year, Munchery members will get some better pricing.

Munchery is unsure how long the pop-up will last, but through the month at least. To be determined if this is the first of other brick-and-mortars for the meal delivery service, which is very obviously in change mode.

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