I am building a site with the Turbo theme for a friend; however, they use Shopify Local Delivery exclusively.
How can I exclude a collection of products from applying towards the minimum for local delivery? This seems pretty simple, but I cannot figure out a workaround or way to make sure a specific collection does not apply to the minimum for our local delivery.
A little context - My friend's business sells handmade pasta. They also sell products from other local businesses. These local businesses' products have much lower margins; therefore, we want to exclude them (they are all in one collection) from applying toward the minimum for local delivery condition.
Any help is greatly appreciated, as I cannot launch their store without figuring this out.
That is the nearest Shopify can offer.If you see there are 2 virtual locations.Acttually all the stocks are in 1 location.
You just set the stock of the products in a location which you do not want free local delivery to zero.But customer still can buy for a shipping cost from the other virtual location.Actually you are shipping at same location but for a cost.Other product may qualify for free shipping conditions.
As for the second Q.In Shopify only when all products qualify for local delivery then customer can have this option.But anyway if a non-local delivery item is added to cart then shouldnt customer be charged for a shipping fee,even if there are mixed items.