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Inabuggy introduces new 30 minute “hyperlocal” delivery service


Inabuggy-Mart is a new on-demand grocery delivery service offering what the company calls “hyperlocal delivery from neighbourhood convenience stores and other local independent meat, produce and flower businesses.

Inabuggy-Mart is an extension of Inabuggy’s existing online grocery delivery service and app, which offers customers delivery of items from grocery stores, specialty food retailers, foodservice providers and alcohol retailers. The new marketplace will support small family-owned or independent shops during the pandemic, many of which don’t have the resources to make deliveries.

“The expansion of Inabuggy’s retailer networks in neighbourhoods across Canada will give customers the ability to support small, local businesses and give quick, convenient access to fresh local produce and meats,” says Julian Gleizer, Inabuggy CEO and founder. “For store owners, Inabuggy-Mart is providing a more localized approach that gives them more exposure to customers in their area.”

Delivery from Inabuggy-Mart will be available seven days a week in Inabuggy’s Canadian markets of Toronto (and the Greater Toronto Area), Ottawa, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton. Delivery fee is $9.99 per order, with no minimum. 

As it does with its grocery and alcohol delivery, Inabuggy will deploy its neighbourhood personal shoppers to pick up, pack and deliver orders directly to customers’ doorsteps.

Across Canada, Inabuggy offers delivery of over 700,000 SKUs via its website and app from more than 50+ retail partners in more than 200 regions. Inabuggy has also partnered with CPG companies including Conagra Brands, Fruits From Chile, The Kraft Heinz Company, The Oppenheimer Group, SC Johnson, and others.

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