Within a decade, the vast majority of consumers will be online grocery shopping. For grocery retailers, the rising digital grocery landscape has paved the way for convenience and increased sales at scale. In fact, the market has already surpassed predictions with spending expected to hit $100 billion in less than five years.
Outside of online food shopping, the growth in grocery store delivery showcases that customers are willing to pay for convenience. To compete with e-commerce giants, grocery retailers and CPG brands need to look beyond click-and-collect and find a grocery delivery company that scales nationwide.
Offer scheduled and same-day grocery delivery service
No matter if they need an order today or tomorrow, give your customers the gift of flexibility. At check out, customers can choose from scheduled, same-day or even rush delivery. Because drivers on our platform are already heading that way, we can make deliveries in as little as an hour.
Handle bulk grocery delivery requests
Customers aren’t just requesting same-day grocery delivery for small stuff that fits in the front seat of their car — they’re requesting delivery for huge items and bulk orders. Our driver community offers a wide variety of vehicle sizes including cars, vans, and trucks to handle bulk grocery deliveries, no matter if the team orders enough Gatorade for the whole season or just enough to restock the office pantry.
Reach new customers in cities and small towns nationwide
Same-day grocery delivery needs to be everywhere for everybody, regardless of zip code. Tapping into an engaged fleet of vehicles already traveling to and from stores creates a last-mile solution that solves nationwide grocery delivery. This delivery model flexes to handle variable volumes and distance at a predictable cost. At Roadie, our community of 150,000+ drivers has delivered to more than 13,000 cities and towns nationwide — a larger same-day footprint than Amazon Prime Now.