There’s so much food delivery news these days, it can be hard to keep up. Here’s a whirlwind of delivery news to keep you abreast of your options for getting groceries delivered without leaving the house.
Shipt (shipt.com) is now offering grocery delivery from H-E-B and Central Market stores in the greater Austin area, including a number of suburbs. You can find out more about the services and sign up for a yearly membership, which costs $99 and includes free delivery for the year, but then you’ll place your orders through the company’s app.
Instead of partnering directly with a third-party company, Randalls has launched its own in-house delivery service. Customers can order through shop.randalls.com or through the Randalls app for same-day delivery. There are various fees for the delivery, depending on the amount of the purchase.
Whole Foods offers several methods of delivery, but the newest partner is DoorDash, which is specializing in the delivery of Whole Foods’ prepared items. You can browse the offerings through DoorDash’s app or website, doordash.com.
If you just need something quick from the convenience store, you might check out GoPuff (gopuff.com), which promises delivery to many areas of Austin in less than 30 minutes. The company has been in Austin for about a year and is based in Philadelphia.]]