Foodie Friday: 6 North Shore Grocery Delivery Services

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Are you feeling overwhelmed with your to-do list? One of the best strategies for managing when we have too much to do is to let go of tasks that you don’t absolutely, 100% need to do. Grocery shopping can be a simpler process by ordering online and having your items delivered to your home for a small fee. 

Here are 6 local grocery delivery services: 

  1. Spud.ca:  If you love to stock up on local and organic foods, Spud.ca may be the best option for you. Place an order and they deliver to the North Shore on Tuesdays and Fridays within a two-hour window. Delivery is free of charge. 
  2. Fresh St. Market: One of the best things about ordering from Fresh St. Market online is that if you order by 10 am, you can get same day delivery. Delivery costs $7.95 for an order over $40. 
  3. Save On Foods Online Grocery Delivery: Pick out your items online and from their recent flyer and get Save On Foods to deliver your groceries or pick it up from a specified outlet location. The only drawback to ordering groceries for delivery is they do not accept coupons. Delivery fees vary and the minimum order is $40. 
  4. Thrifty Foods: Order your groceries online makes repeat deliveries easier from Thrifty Foods. They also have a Sendial program where volunteers will shop for seniors and people in need. Delivery costs is about $5 for an order over $50 . 
  5. Stong’s Market: Stong’s Market provides weekly deliveries to Bowen Island every Thursday and Friday afternoon and to North and West Vancouver on weekdays afternoons. You can order online or by phone at 604-630-3154. Delivery costs $7.99 for an order over $50. 
  6. IGA North Vancouver: While delivery from IGA is only within 3 km, it may be worth it if you are a senior. Delivery is free for seniors on orders over $25 whereas delivery costs $6.50 for adults.

BONUS! Superstore Click & Collect: While not a grocery delivery, my family swears by click and collect. Stores have designated parking spots where a staff member will bring your groceries out to your car. You can also redeem coupons and ad match, with same day pick up. The price for click and collect is $3-$5.  

Do you have any tips for lightening your workload? Please share them in our comment section. 

Lindsay 

 

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