Weavers and other department stores are getting in on the act, too.
More than a dozen major retailers are starting to offer online ordering and a wider selection of grocery products, and online-only grocery delivery service, Green Giant, is launching its own delivery service.
Weavers, which has locations in New York, Chicago and Detroit, said it will start selling online orders at all of its stores in the coming weeks.
Weavers said it plans to offer orders for up to two people per visit, and that delivery service would be available for $10 to $15 a day.
The grocery giant also said it would be opening an online shopping center in Miami.
It’s an interesting move from a consumer perspective.
But as we reported in May, weavers are already rolling out online ordering.
For example, weaver’s is launching a new mobile app called I Can Now Order, which lets customers order from any Weavers store in the U.S. and then pick up at any of its 10 participating locations in 10 cities.
Weaver said that the app will also allow customers to place an order online and pick it up in person at any Weaver store.
If that sounds confusing, we’ll explain it to you in a moment.
So how will Weavers serve this new service?
It will be delivered directly to customers’ smartphones, according to Weavers.
Customers will be able to choose from a selection of popular brands and then select a delivery option to make sure that they get exactly what they ordered.
I Can Now I can now order.
Customers can also choose the delivery method and pick a time, which Weavers says will be the fastest.
The company said it expects to roll out the service in all 50 states by the end of the year.
Weaves also said that it will offer online and delivery ordering at its online store in Los Angeles, where weavers is opening a new location this year.