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Lettuce Shoppe

Type of business: Personal grocery shopping, delivery and errand services.

Main location: 19 Newbury St., Nashua. ...

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Type of business: Personal grocery shopping, delivery and errand services.

Main location: 19 Newbury St., Nashua.

Company website: www.
lettuceshoppeforyou.com.

Social media: www.facebook.
com/lettuceshoppe.

Date began business in southern New Hampshire: February.

Date opened at this location: February.

Owners: Elizabeth McMullen and Renee Trainor.

Managers: Elizabeth McMullen and Renee Trainor.

Days/hours: Contact hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Sunday; delivery times Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons.

Highlights of products and services: We offer personalized grocery and delivery services. We shop at any store that you like, and will deliver at a time convenient for you. We also offer errand services, house checks while away, senior visits and meal planning.

Names and backgrounds of the key leaders: McMullen and Trainor are the two owners of Lettuce Shoppe. They have extensive background in the food industry and customer service.

History of business: McMullen and Trainor have always had a passion for food and noticed a need in the community. Lettuce Shoppe started as a dream and has resulted in a time-saving service.

What’s the biggest challenge facing your type of business, and how are you approaching it? Our target clientele is busy people, but trying to reach out to busy people can be difficult because they might be too busy to know about our services.

What’s the biggest change you would like to see in the business climate in this area? We have seen many businesses come and go in the Nashua downtown area. We are a mobile business, and we would love to see the community embrace that type of business.

What else should the readers know about your business? We are working on our website, and eventually, customers will be able to order online, although with a simple phone call or email groceries can be delivered within a short period of time.