This tech startup has become the answer to city dwellers' prayers (especially of the non-vehicle–owning variety). Dubbed the "Uber for Groceries," InstaCart delivers any goods of your choosing from your favorite Chicago grocery stores—Mariano's, Jewel-Osco, Whole Foods, Costco, Eataly, Plum Market, Pete's Fresh Market, even Petco, CVS and Binny's. Prices are also the same as in-store for many retailers, and delivery usually ranges between $3.99 and $7.99.
Does the prospect of hauling your granny cart down blocks upon blocks of icy sidewalk for shopping trips this winter send shivers down your spine? Fortunately, there are plenty of grocery delivery services in Chicago that will ferry necessities to your apartment, no long outdoor lines or arduous trips required (and hey, if you're just looking to order a big tub of some local Chicago ice cream, you can do that, too). From plain old Whole Foods delivery to specialty services that let you nab gourmet supplies used in the kitchens of the best restaurants in Chicago, here are the best ways to get groceries delivered in Chicago.
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