Instacart delivers groceries in Indianapolis

Instacart has expanded grocery delivery service into Indianapolis, its 17th city. Customers in the area can now order from Whole Foods, Costco, Marsh Supermarkets, Georgetown Market and Petco stores, and get the items delivered in as little as one hour. Instacart, which launched in San Francisco, was getting a high-demand of interest from grocers and consumers in Indianapolis. The start-up has initially hired 70 shoppers to kick off the Indianapolis operation. Story

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