Going to the store every week to do your grocery shopping is quickly becoming a thing of the past.
People just no longer have the time, nor want to make time, to go the market for a couple hours.
Where the demand lives, there the supply is born.
Grocery services are popping up all over the place, delivering groceries straight to your door.
Amazon has recently made big news by partnering with Whole Foods to provide free, two-hour delivery for Prime members in four test cities.
Now, if you're not in one of those four test cities, there are still some options out there for you.
Amazon Prime Now allows Prime members to get groceries and other items delivered at high speeds (one-hour to 2-day, depending on where and what...).
AmazonFresh is their service that delivers groceries.
Walmart Grocery and Walmart free 2-day shipping are both services offered by the company that allow millions of items to be delivered without any membership required.
Beyond that, Costco and Instacart cover most of the rest of the nation.
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