A new, frozen food delivery service has opened in Target stores in the U.S. Target has announced that it will be launching the No Carb Vegetables (NCV) program on March 14, 2018, starting at 5 p.m.
The program will be available at participating Target stores, and customers will be able to order one of four frozen veg varieties: roasted, baked, grilled, and fried.
The NCV program is a $2 frozen food service, and can be purchased through Target’s website, Walmart, Target Mobile, or online at www.target.com/ncv.
Customers will receive an email notification once the order has been placed.
According to Target, the NCV product is currently available at over 400 locations nationwide, and it will soon be available nationwide in select Target stores.
In a statement, Target says that customers will receive free 2-hour delivery on NCV products and that customers who order more than one NCV will receive a discount of 25%.
“Our goal with NCV is to bring healthy food to people who need it,” said Target President and CEO Brian Cornell.
“We’ve heard from our customers, and our goal with this new initiative is to provide fresh, delicious food that tastes just like the real thing.
We’re excited to bring NCV to Target stores this spring and are excited to offer the most delicious fresh veg to consumers who are looking for a quick and delicious way to enjoy fresh, tasty, healthy food.”
The NCV line is available at select stores in a variety of price points and is currently offered at the following stores: Target stores: Best Buy, Macy’s, Walmart and Target Mobile.
Foodie.com: Foodies NCV is a brand of NCV, the company behind the NCVA and NCV frozen food programs.
“NCV is a fun and unique way to make healthy, delicious, and fast food,” said Katie Kochen, CEO, NCV.
“Customers will be excited to discover how delicious NCV fresh food can be, and we’re thrilled to bring it to Target locations.”
NCV was founded in 2012 and offers frozen foods at a variety in the United States.
NCVA is a new food delivery program that has expanded its reach to include Whole Foods stores and other retailers.
The company has a goal to deliver more than 2 million frozen food items a week to consumers nationwide by 2019.