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The best grocery delivery services in Miami

The best grocery delivery services in Miami bring your everyday essentials right to your doorstep.

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil

Getting your groceries delivered in Miami is easier than ever. No more schleps to your local store or waiting in line at Trader Joe’s thanks to on-demand services like Instacart and Amazon Prime. For most of these, you’ll need to sign up for a membership, which is less scary than you think considering you’ll probably use it more often than you do your membership to a Miami gym. Plus, think about the convenience and the time you’ll save not sitting in traffic on your way to pick up ingredients for dinner. Never want to set food in a Miami food store again? Here are the best ways to get groceries and other home goods sent right to your doorstep.

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Grocery delivery in Miami

Complimentary grocery delivery is one of the many perks of having an Amazon Prime membership (which costs $119 per year). You’ll get free grocery delivery within a two-hour window if you spend more than $35. If you don’t meet the minimum or want your items sooner then you’ll be charged a $5 service fee.

Likely the most popular grocery subscription service on the market, Instacart sends actual people to the store to shop for you. You'll add the items you want to the app and, if something isn't available, you'll get a text with alternatives from your personal shopper. Subscriptions are paid annually ($100) and additional service fees are charged ad hoc depending on whether your order meets the minimum and if it includes alcohol, among other things.  


Walmart offers grocery delivery at its locations across the country, though only two Miami outposts provide it locally: a neighborhood market on Southwest 8th Street and a supercenter on Northwest 79th Street. Unlike other services that require long-term memberships, Walmart let’s you opt-in as needed. Plus, there’s also the option of curbside pick-up if the delivery window, which is usually same-day, is not convenient. 

This third-party service delivers more than groceries, though you can get those, too. Order up from stores such as Target, Costco, Publix and even Sur La Table (perfect for when you’re throwing a party and need a last-minute decanter or lazy Susan) and get it delivered within the hour. Shipt works similar to Instacart where members pay $99 annually and delivery is free with a $35 order minimum.


Most people think of Postmates for restaurant deliveries but the on-demand service also stops at places like Graziano, which is part eatery and part marketplace. In addition to your ready-made fare, get wine, cheese, charcuterie and other everyday groceries. 

A farmers’ surplus is your gain in the form of affordably priced product boxes that you shop online and have delivered to your door. Choose from produce boxes in three sizes (mini, full and super harvest), ranging in prices from $17 to $50. There’s a slight upcharge for organic fruits and veggies, but delivery is free for orders over $29.99. Once you’ve placed everything in your cart, the last step is choosing the frequency—Hungry Harvest makes weekly and biweekly deliveries. 


Get all your organic produce straight from a local farm to your front door. This South Florida-based company sells $70 boxes packed with fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs—and no commitment or membership is required to purchase. Buy once or as many times as you want and pay online. Deliveries take place Tuesday through Thursday and times vary by neighborhood. 

If you’re someone who shops local or sticks to small grocers, this service might be ideal. Mercato works as a third-party delivery system for places like butcher shops, bodegas and bakeries. Customers are given two weeks to try it for free and then charged $19 a month or $228 annually, depending on the area. Some neighborhoods have more options than others, so you might want to check what’s around you before signing up. Currently, Miami only has a few, including Proper Sausage.


This Miami-based butcher sells its prime meats online nationwide but it’ll deliver locally within two hours if you’re within range. Get all cuts of beef, including stripsteak and picanha, as well as game meats such as deer and elk. Prices depend on where you live and what you’re ordering.

This local service is great for folks looking to try grocery delivery for the first time. There’s no membership or longterm commitment and delivery is just $2 with a $50 minimum purchase. Customers choose a day and a one-hour window when they’d like their items to arrive, and delivery is available in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Payments are made online via Paypal or credit cart but tipping is encouraged, as delivery staff usually offers to unpack groceries.

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