Are we nearing a time when grocery stores will become obsolete? With so many food delivery startups, entrepreneurs are trying to cut inconvenience for consumers by creating services that essentially eliminate timely tasks, like grocery shopping.
The latest buzzed-about startup with this “begone, grocery stores” mentality is Instacart. Though the service only currently resides in the Bay Area, it plans on rapidly expanding. The stores it works with include Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Costco. But how does it actually work for consumers, and what does this mean for stores that implement their own delivery services? Read More