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Shop for groceries and supplies at wholesale prices and with no hidden fees. The Cheetah app allows businesses and families to order bulk food and restaurant supplies on the go. No more waiting in lines at crowded warehouse stores, wasting precious time or getting ripped off by wholesale distributors.
WHO IS CHEETAH FOR?
Cheetah is the local food distributor that makes growing your business easy. Thousands of restaurants in San Francisco and the Bay Area rely on Cheetah to power their businesses with food supplies. We also serve families who browse our wide selection of restaurant-grade products, from household items and essentials to specialty and organic products.
WHERE IS CHEETAH AVAILABLE?
Cheetah is a local business with our main warehouse in Pleasanton. We operate our own trucks and currently serve all the counties in the Bay Area, including San Francisco, Alameda County, Contra Costa County, San Mateo County, San Jose County and Santa Clara County.
THE MOST FLEXIBLE DISTRIBUTOR
You can order up to midnight and have your order delivered the next day, unlike other broadline distributors that have cut-off time at 4pm.
We carry a wide selection of products including produce, dairy, meats and other ingredients to power menus of any cuisines.
UNMATCHED CUSTOMER SERVICE
From our delivery staff to the warehouse team, we go above and beyond to serve our communities, especially during these challenging times. We are currently one of the few companies offering 24/7, 365 days a year customer service. You can chat with a real human who will help you if you need any support.
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT US
“Shopping for my restaurant used to take half a day – Cheetah cuts that 5 hours to about 5 minutes of my time on the app. Now I can take that time to improve my menu or train my employees. It has changed our lives.” – Milan Subedi – Monsoon Himalayan Cuisine, Half Moon Bay
“I can arrange a next-day drop-off which saves me all the labor. And it makes running my restaurant easier!” – Suzan Sarikurt – Lale, San Francisco