Unable to shop for groceries? Schnucks is trying to change that.
The Maryland Heights-based chain is partnering with a company in San Francisco to bring groceries to your door.
Starting Feb. 16, people will be able to order online and have their food delivered by Instacart, which will also serve most locations in the metro-east, turning Schnucks stores into delivery hubs, except for those in Columbia and Waterloo.
“It’s another new, innovative option for our customers,” Schnucks spokesman Paul Simon said.
Unlimited express delivery on orders more than $35 will cost $149 a year or $14.99 monthly. Single orders more than $35 will cost $5.99 for a two-hour delivery and $9.99 for a one-hour delivery. Orders between $10 and $34.99 will cost $7.99 and be delivered within two hours.
An older delivery service operated by Schnucks will be folded into the new one, Simon said.