Friday, February 4, 2011

Try a Grocery Delivery Service

Online grocery delivery services are gaining popularity, and are available in more settings than ever, whether you reside in the suburbs or the city. I don't know how I ever lived without mine, and I regularly recommend them to others. Here's why.

The premise is simple: You can select and order your groceries and pay for them online, and they'll be delivered to your house. There's usually a minimum delivery order, and if the groceries get shipped, you'll pay for shipping. If your service uses local truck delivery, instead of shipping, you'll pay a standard delivery fee. However, in these cases, the grocery delivery service can bring them right to your kitchen counters. Tipping is welcome though optional, and Peapod easily allows you to add a tip to your credit card receipt when you sign for your groceries.

Read the reasons: Six Good Reasons to Try a Grocery Delivery Service

1 comment:

  1. The more distance consumers can put between themselves and the actual production of the things they consume, the more waste we can generate, the more inefficiency we can promote, and the more Space-Age our society! It's a win-win for slow suicide!


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