This new service deepens Instacart’s relationship with existing partnerships including Germany’s Aldi.
Groceries delivery startup Instacart stated it is in the process of launching a new service, Instacart Pickup, across the United States; the service will enable customers to order groceries and choose either delivery or store pickup options.
The nation-wide rollout of the new service, follows a pilot project, capitalizes on Instacart’s nearly 200 brick-and-mortar stores across several states, including Washington D.C, Atlanta, and Boston.
Instacart has also stated, it will be working with existing and new retail partners which will add to its existing service to their stores.
San Francisco-based Instacart has partnered with more than 300 retailers, including Germany’s Aldi Inc.
This new service in fact, deepens its existing partnerships with Aldi, Cub Foods and other retailers, said Instacart.
In its latest funding round, Instacart had raised $600 million and was valued at $7.6 billion.