Instabuggy has officially launched in BC, and it’s going to change the way you do your grocery shopping.
Vancouver and Metro Vancouver residents now have access to the service (both online and through their app) where they can shop for tens of thousands of their favourite brands and have products delivered to their door in as little as one hour.
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Instabuggy’s deliver zone covers Richmond, Burnaby, New West, and Vancouver proper. Currently the grocery service offers in-store pricing from notable providers such as Rexall, Pet Smart, and Costco (no membership required).
Customers who use Instabuggy can leave detailed instructions for their shopper. This means you can feel free to add notes about how ripe or spotty you’d like your bananas, how big your onion should be, or how crispy you’d like you rotisserie chicken skin to be.
This is Instabuggy’s first foray into the Western Canadian grocery scene, the service has already launched in Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area, and Ottawa.