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04.10.2017

InstaBuggy turkey 'shop and drop' in support of Daily Bread Food Bank

Your groceries can help feed people in need this Thanksgiving.

An online grocery delivery service is hosting a turkey “shop and drop” benefitting the Daily Bread Food Bank.

For each order placed through InstaBuggy in the GTA on Wednesday, Oct. 4 and Thursday, Oct. 5, one frozen turkey will be donated to the food bank Friday, Oct. 6.

04.10.2017

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INSTA HELP WITH INSTABUGGY: Just in time for Thanksgiving, the online grocery delivery service, InstaBuggy, will donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank one frozen turkey for every order placed in the GTA on Oct. 4 and 5. InstaBuggy will be delivering dozens of turkeys on October 6 to Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank in support of the organization’s efforts to ensure a happy Thanksgiving for those in need. “We wanted to give back to the community and help provide a delicious Thanksgiving meal that many of us are accustomed to,” says company co-founder Julian Gleizer. “We’re all about convenience and this is the easiest way to help someone in need this season. You shop, we drop!”

02.10.2017

InstaBuggy Hosts Turkey ‘Shop and Drop’ in Benefit of Daily Bread Food Bank

Online Grocery Delivery Service will donate a turkey for every order made on October 4th and 5th

Toronto, ON, September 29th: Online grocery delivery service, InstaBuggy, will donate one (1) frozen turkey for every order placed on InstaBuggy.com in the GTA on October 4th and 5th to Daily Bread Food Bank!


InstaBuggy will be delivering dozens of turkeys on October 6th to Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank in support of the organization’s efforts to ensure a happy Thanksgiving for those in need. 


02.10.2017

InstaBuggy to Hold Turkey ‘Shop and Drop’ in Benefit of the Ottawa Mission

Online Grocery Delivery Service will donate a turkey for every order made on October 4th and 5th

 Ottawa, ON: Online grocery delivery service, InstaBuggy, will donate one (1) frozen turkey for every order placed on InstaBuggy.com in Ottawa on October 4th and 5th to the Ottawa Mission in support of their community, Thanksgiving dinner!

 InstaBuggy will be delivering dozens of turkeys on October 6th to the Ottawa Mission in support of the organization’s efforts to ensure a happy Thanksgiving for those in need.

18.09.2017

Instabuggy revamps pricing model

Grocery delivery service eliminates mark-ups, adds $20 ‘picking, packing and delivery’ fee.

Online grocery delivery service InstaBuggy has overhauled its pricing structure, adopting what co-founder and CEO Julian Gleizer describes as a “store pricing” model that eliminates mark-ups on individual items.

14.09.2017

Instabuggy evolves its pricing

Grocery delivery company Instabuggy has changed its pricing model, establishing a catch-all fee in a move to match in-store prices as it scales. The brand is now offering what it says is “approximate in-store pricing,” versus the varying “convenience fee” markup that had been on products. It now charges a $19.98 “pick, pack and delivery” fee, regardless of basket size. Previously, deliveries would require a minimum order of $35 (which it’s now scrapped), and the fee would vary based on the amount spent, with orders above $80 free.

 

07.09.2017

InstaBuggy to Launch In-Store Pricing on September 11

Sometimes you don’t want to go out to a grocery store and pick up food, but you still really need those mini cucumbers, brie cheese and that bottle of red wine your best friend recommended.

InstaBuggy is here to help, and make it as easy as possible for you to get groceries delivered right to your door.

Starting on September 11, online grocery service InstaBuggy will launch approximate in-store pricing across their platform.

06.09.2017

Grocery business ripe for disruption by Amazon, analysts say

Will Amazon change where — and how — Canadians shop for groceries?

When Amazon officially took over Whole Foods this week, the e-commerce giant immediately made changes. It drastically cut prices on some organic foods, by as much as 43 per cent, and set up in-store displays to sell its smart speaker, the Amazon Echo.

31.08.2017

InstaBuggy Set To Scale

InstaBuggy redefining the online grocery space in Canada