Aldi is making moves to establish a foothold in the food delivery scene. In a press release, the German grocer, which operates nearly 1,700 U.S. stores in 35 states, announced a partnership with on-demand grocery delivery service Instacart. The duo will launch the service in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Dallas, with a potential expansion to other locations in the future.
“Our partnership with Instacart is another example of Aldi expanding our commitment to customer convenience and value,” CEO Jason Hart said in a statement. “We know customers are looking for new ways to save time and money. Instacart provides easy access to our low prices at the click of a button.”
Customers wishing to use the service can fill their virtual carts by going to the Instacart website or by downloading the Instacart app. Patrons can choose to have their products delivered in as little as an hour or up to a week later. Aldi is also offering shoppers $20 off their first Instacart order until September 30. Psst. Did you know these 12 things about Aldi?