Posted by Judy Hevrdejs
Another to-your-door grocery delivery service has driven into the Chicago market. Door to Door Organics (born in Pennsylvania in 1997, moved to Colorado in 2004) began delivering organic produce and other local products to Chicago area homes, schools and businesses this fall.
They’ve teamed with Chicago-based Goodness Greenness to provide organics and locally-grown produce (when possible). For non-perishable grocery items, they’re working with Manna Organics (bread), Metropolis Coffee and Conscious Cup, plus Milk & Honey (granola) and Frontera Foods.
Boxes, delivered weekly, come in a variety of sizes: “bitty” ($26.99), small ($33.99) and medium ($40.99). Delivery is free in the Chicago area. “Some unique areas may require an additional charge, but that is rare,” Door to Door’s Kuvy Ax explained.
via The Stew: Door to Door Organics brings its brand of grocery delivery to Chicago.
Chicago market door grocery delivery service is good, but i think need to more improvement, because it’s not working faster and safer should improve.