Grocery shopping in a city is hard. Lugging your goods in bags (which often break and insinuate a clumsy, mid-street re-stuffing of items) and enduring the incredibly long lines at popular stores will make you consider the unthinkable: buying a car.
To avoid that Doomsday scenario (and the New York City parking tickets that inevitably follow), I’ve tried everything — from FreshDirect to HelloFresh, a startup which sends you ingredients for easy-to-assemble meals — to make shopping for groceries more tolerable. The only time I enjoy in-store shopping is late at night to avoid the crowds, and between after-work events and coming home starving, who has time for that? Read more…More about Startups, Tech, Apps Software, Mobile, and Instacart
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