Canadian on-demand grocery delivery service Inabuggy has announced that it will launch in Montreal and the Greater Montreal Area on November 5th. This follows launches Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa, bringing the company’s number of areas of operation over the 40 mark.
I’m in this predicament now. We’ve invited our family over for Thanksgiving this weekend and the thought of braving the crowd to gather everything we need at the grocery store the day of cooking is overwhelming. Not only that, we’ve got to think about all the side dishes. We’ve just learned that INABUGGY, the grocery-delivery service has a meal kit ready to be delivered even for last minute cooks like us.
Craft beer, wine, cider, spirits, and other alcoholic bevvies are now but a click away, thanks to courier services like Uber Eats and Inabuggy.
Having booze sent straight to your door just got a little easier in the Lower Mainland, thanks to two new entries in the local alcohol-delivery market.
Canadian delivery company INABUGGY is launching on-demand liquor delivery in Vancouver and the Greater Vancouver area.
Residents can use the INABUGGY app to order over 6,000 products from BC Liquor Stores, Bottle Jockey and 1st Avenue Liquor store.
The service delivers booze in about an hour and users can group their orders together so their groceries, beer and drugstore essentials all come together.
INAGBUGGY, which was previously known as Instabuggy, is also updating its app to use blockchain to help keep it secure.
To test out the app, users can download the app on iOS and Android.
With access to more than 20 retailers, this ingenious service allows you to shop online and delivers your shopping to your home or office in less than an hour. Julian Gleizer sat with City Life to tell us about the refresh of the company and its new partnership with McEwan’s.
I’m sure you’ve found yourself in a situation such as this before: you’ve been at work for hours, it’s finally time to head home — only you get stuck in traffic. After all this, you get home, open your fridge and you see … nothing. You haven’t had time to grocery shop. But do you really want to head back out just to walk around a grocery store for an hour?
Looking back, 2018 may be remembered as the year online shopping for groceries became a thing in Canada.
The country’s largest grocers have made significant investments in technology and supply systems that allow customers to order online and pick up in store or have groceries home delivered, or they have paired up with delivery services, including low-cost leader Walmart.