Wheatsville Food Co-op has offered delivery via Instacart for several years now, but in the past few weeks, they've added another option for grocery shoppers who don't want to do a traditional shop: Curbside pick-up.
Both the Guadalupe and South Lamar locations of Wheatsville will now allow shoppers to pick out what they want online and then select a time to pick up the groceries without leaving their car.
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The stores have added Instacart parking spaces where shoppers can park while someone loads the groceries into their car. There is a $10 minimum order, and shoppers pay a $3.99 pick-up fee for orders between $10 and $35 and $1.99 on orders over $35. If you're an Instacart Express member, there is no pick-up fee for orders over $35. Instacart prices are generally higher than what you'll pay in the store, but the company does not disclose the exact markup.