Grocery delivery company Instacart on Tuesday launched in Miami, the company said.
Shoppers in the area can order from Whole Foods Market, Costco, Winn-Dixie, BJ’s Wholesale Club and Petco stores and have everything delivered by Instacart in as little as one hour. Instacart customers do not need a Costco or BJ’s membership to shop from those stores, although additional charges may be applied to those orders.
Instacart in the same release revealed that Whole Foods, which partners with Instacart in 15 cities, is seeing an average of $1.5 million in weekly sales through Instacart.
“Instacart has already proven itself as a strong partner for Whole Foods Market in 15 other cities, and we’re very excited to now offer our Miami customers this great shopping and delivery experience,” Juan Nunez, president, Florida Region for Whole Foods Market, said in a statement. “Whole Foods Market shoppers will now be able to conveniently purchase our high quality products online or through the mobile app and have them delivered directly to a home or office address in as little as an hour.”
|Suggested Categories||More from Supermarket News|