Urbery's Grocery Delivery Brings Items to Your Home in a Matter of Hours

By: Laura McQuarrie - Feb 18, 2015
References: urbery & blogto
Urbery is a new grocery delivery startup out of Toronto that aims to have a grocery order at your doorstep in under three hours. What sets the service apart from comparable businesses like Grocery Gateway and Instacart from Longo's is that Urbery lets you choose the store that your online order is put through, such as Sobey's, Loblaws and FreshCo. Despite being able to order through these grocery stores, Urbery has no affiliation with these shops.

Rather than keeping produce and other products sitting on a truck, Urbery describes that it has its groceries go straight from the store to the customer. To get started, there's no minimum order required, however, it's worth noting that the more groceries you order, the lower the cost of delivery. If you're living in an area that's lacking a grocery store, this is a great option if you're too busy to regularly shop.