Instacart is expanding into Lehigh Valley, and it's looking to on-board over 100 new shoppers, those who deliver items to customers' doors in one hour.
The on-demand delivery service is also expanding its partnership with Wegmans to more stores in the Philadelphia region and South Jersey.
The San Francisco-based company launched in the Philadelphia market in February 2014 and has expanded to more areas in the region and more company partnerships, including one with the Reading Terminal Market in September 2014.
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Instacart in August 2016 then expanded into South Jersey.
The company expands where there is demand from customers and from retail partners, and demand has told Instacart to expand into Lehigh Valley, from which the company received several thousand unique user requests, according to general manager David Schloss.
Starting Wednesday, July 19, Instacart will serve more than 206,000 households in the Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton areas of the Valley. See below to see delivery areas.
Service in Lehigh Valley includes deliveries from its retail partners, Wegmans, Whole Foods Market, Petco and Costco.
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