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Instacart Makes Way into St. Louis

San Francisco-based grocery delivery service Instacart announced its entry into the St. Louis market through the partnership with several local food retailers.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, beginning Feb. 16, several food retailers, including Schnucks, Straub's, Shop 'n Save, Whole Foods Market and Costco, will offer online ordering and delivery, including a same-day option. Schnucks, in particular, will run its online service at, with Instacart supplying the software, shoppers and drivers. Some 29 of its stores will provide delivery.

The news follows several other grocery delivery entrants into the St. Louis market. Walmart added online grocery ordering and same-day click-and-collect for no fee at several stores in the region, while Indiana-based natural grocery delivery service Green Bean Delivery arrived in the area in early 2013, the newspaper reported.

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