Click List Form
CLICK LIST SERVICE
Orders received via click list before 11am will be available the same day. Please expect 2-4 hours before order is ready.
Customers will be called and notified that their order is ready and given a total cost. Payment can be accepted via telephone (credit/debit card) or please have a check or cash ready when you pick up groceries. Checks from Ellsworth County only.
The list is not all inclusive. If there is a special item you need and don't see listed, please use the comment field at the bottom of the form. Our staff will call you for any clarification or questions.
Shoppers are STRONGLY encouraged to utilize the call in or click list option for their safety and to protect our community as a whole from community spread of COVID-19.
Gene's Featured in Award-Winning Magazine
The Journal is an award-winning publication produced by the Kansas Leadership Center, Wichita, Kansas. The Journal highlighted the challenges of grocery stores during the COVID-19 pandemic, and featured Gene's Heartland Foods in Ellsworth.
Congressman Marshall Congratulates Gene's
"So many grocery stores - large and small - have stepped up to and provided new services that allow their customers to continue to safely keep their kitchen stocked.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to grow in Kansas, all residents must continue to practice safe social distancing practices - and that includes at grocery and retail stores.
For the elderly and those most at risk, using curb-side pick-up or delivery services for your groceries and other necessities is a great step in eliminating unnecessary exposure and contact with potentially infected individuals.
I want to applaud our small business owners - like Gene's Heartland, Ellsworth- for providing an opportunity for their customers to remain safe and healthy during this outbreak."
-Congressman Roger Marshall
Gene's Featured by Ellsworth County Newspaper
The Ellsworth County Independent Reporter featured Gene's Heart Foods in a story about the efforts of management and staff to meet supply and demand, change operational strategy, and continue to adapt to changes needed.
Page 1 of the story is provided below. For the story in full, please subscribe to our local newspaper, the Ellsworth County Independent Reporter.