WORCESTER - The Worcester Regional Food Hub has adjusted the way it does business in order to help people impacted by the Governor's stay-at-home advisory.

They are now offering pick-up service of locally sourced products.

The Hub usually serves as a food distributor to whole sale buyers like restaurants, markets, and colleges, but since most of those operations are closed, they are now selling directly to the customer.

Director Shon Rainford says people can stay inside their cars and pick up their food.

“We have an online order form folks can go online if they order a box we have add ons available from product made here in the kitchen and farmers and they can curbside pick it up here on Wednesdays," Rainford said.

You can visit their website worcesterfoodhub.org/foodtogo to place your online order. ​