It’s fascinating how much can happen in one month. Since launching in February, Instacart has expanded its services both in Philadelphia proper and to the outer suburbs, as well as adding big-name supermarkets to the list its customers can order from.
When the same-day grocery delivery service launched last month, Whole Foods Market was the only place customers could order from. The next week, Super Fresh jumped on board, giving customers even more options to choose from.
Cut to March: Instacart announced Tuesday that it’s added delivery from BJ’s Wholesale Club, a membership-only warehouse club chain, due to the “sizable percentage of customers asking for a low-cost bulk option,” said Bill Babeaux, city launcher at Instacart. Read more about this story on PBJ.com.