Panera expands delivery service to Fargo
FARGO—Panera Bread is expanding its delivery service to include more of its stores nationwide, including its Fargo restaurant.
The company announced Tuesday, May 8, that its delivery service is now available in 897 cities and 43 states.
Delivery is available for lunch and dinner to offices, hospitals, college campuses and homes.
The service is entirely digital through the Panera app or website.
To mark the expansion, Panera is offering a soup giveaway on Wednesday, May 9.
Panera will add a free cup of soup to delivery orders when customers enter the code "PANERADELIVERS" and place a cup of soup in their online shopping cart as part of a delivery order for an item in addition to the soup and pay the delivery fee.
Delivery service is available within an eight-minute drive of a Panera bakery.
Most delivery cafes will deliver between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., seven days a week, for as little as a $5 menu purchase, excluding tax, plus a $3 delivery fee.
Panera began delivery in 2016.