Over the past year, many have used grocery delivery services, some out of convenience, others out of necessity. Forty-eight percent of consumers purchased at least some of their groceries online in 2018, according to Invespcro. The company projects that 70 percent will be using these services in some capacity by 2022.
At the Kitchen Chalkboard, we’ve been using these services since they started and have written extensively about the benefits, including cost comparisons and money-saving tips. We’ve got jobs, busy lives and are raising little kids. The convenience was unrivaled.
After trying Instacart, Peapod, and others, we exclusively use one service for our food shopping. With hundreds of orders placed to date, we have years of experience and insight to provide an honest Amazon Fresh review.
Want to learn how it works, what it costs, and how it compares to Whole Foods?
Let’s go to The Chalkboard for an honest Amazon Fresh review.…