People in the Portland area will be able to order groceries from their smartphones or computer.
BY JACOB PALMER | OB DIGITAL NEWS EDITOR
The grocery-delivery service Instacart announced Monday partnership to provide Natural Grocers products to customers in the Portland area.
Instacart customers can use its service via the web, iOS or Android platforms. Delivery fees apply, except for Instacart Express — which charges $99 for an annual membership.
“Our customers trust us to only source products that meet the highest health, safety and environmental responsibility standards,” co-president of Natural Grocers Kemper Isely said in the release. “By partnering with Instacart, we can offer Portland-area residents the same great selection, with the added convenience of same-day delivery straight to their home or office – which is especially valuable to those who are busy and don’t have time to make it into our store.”
Natural Grocers will deliver to residential and business addresses in Beaverton, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, downtown Portland, Tigard and Tualatin from its Beaverton store. Instacart already features groceries from four other stores in the area.