After a successful run in the US, Costco is looking to expand its fresh grocery delivery service to Canada.
The superstore rolled out its grocery delivery service south of the border last fall, offering two-day delivery on dry goods, and same-day delivery through a partnership with Instacart.
Now, it looks like the service may expand into Canada.
According to The Financial Post, Costco confirmed that it is looking at Canadian locations for the service.
“We are looking at sites from which we can fulfill fresh grocery orders,” Costco Canada spokesman Ron Damiani told the Post. “We are extremely happy with the results that we have had out of the US.”
But there is currently no timeline for a potential roll-out.
In November, Loblaw launched online shopping and grocery delivery across Canada through Instacart.