With grocery stores sold out of bread and other staples, baking sourdough bread has quickly become the it social distancing pastime. You have to respect the hustle, but you may not have the patience to bake a loaf yourself. Thankfully, you can order fresh-baked bread straight to your door in stead.
Jimmy John's announced on Thursday that it's responding to grocery store bread shortages by launching what's dubbed Freak Fresh Bread On Demand, a new delivery offering aimed at satisfying your need for comfort carbs. The sandwich slinger said 16in loaves of its signature French bread are now available via delivery, the drive-thru, and curbside pickup. The breads are $2 a pop, and if you're ordering it for delivery, there's a $3 minimum, though both prices may vary based on location, according to a spokesperson.
"Jimmy John’s wants to help our neighbors across the country by making it easier to get daily necessities like freshly-baked bread," Chief Marketing Officer Darin Dugan said in a statement provided to Thrillist. "Available across the country immediately, we will be offering Freaky Fresh Bread on Demand: freshly baked bread delivered to our guests any way they want it."