If you haven’t tried curbside pickup for groceries through Instacart, I highly recommend it. Once someone told me I could ask the shopper at the grocer to ensure the meat had an expiration
date of at least five days out and to ensure produce and vegetables were extra fresh, everything worked quite well. It seems I’m not the only one who appreciates this new curbside
pickup service. Captify, a search data company, identified a handful of “dramatic shifts” in consumer buying habits since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It shows a spike in curbside
pickup and a decline in home deliveries. Curbside pick-up rose 458% since March 11, and home delivery has begun to drop, falling 30% month-over-month between April and May.
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