SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA (October 3, 2017) – Stater Bros. Markets is committed to enhancing our customer’s shopping experience while providing convenient solutions to meet their lifestyle needs through the partnership of Instacart online grocery ordering and home delivery service.
On October 4th, Stater Bros. will further expand this service to locations covering zip codes in areas of the Inland Empire, the San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles.
These zip codes include: 90201, 90220, 90221, 90262, 90270, 90280, 90601, 90602, 90606, 90660, 90723, 90805, 91008, 91010, 91321, 91350, 91351, 91387, 91390, 91702, 91706, 91722, 91723, 91724, 91732, 91733, 91740, 91741, 91744, 91745, 91746, 91748, 91765, 91773, 91789, 91790, 91791, 91792, 92220, 92223, 92320, 92346, 92354, 92359, 92373, 92374, 92399, 92530, 92532, 92543, 92545, 92548, 92551, 92555, 92562, 92563, 92567, 92570, 92571, 92582, 92583, 92584, 92585, 92586, 92587, 92590, 92591, 92592, 92595 and 92596.
Customers living in these areas will find the same everyday low prices and exceptional quality online that customers enjoy while shopping in Stater Bros. supermarket locations throughout Southern California.
“Partnering with the best, most beloved local grocery retailers is a key cornerstone of our business,” said Nilam Ganenthiran, Chief Business Officer at Instacart. “Stater Bros. is a beloved brand, and we are proud of this partnership that allows us to bring customers a whole new range of products with delivery in as little as an hour,” Ganenthiran further added.
“With over 81 years behind our name, Stater Bros. trusted brand is centered on great quality, everyday low prices and exceptional service,” stated Pete Van Helden, President and CEO of Stater Bros. Markets. “Now our valued customers can enjoy that same great quality and take advantage of our everyday low prices while shopping from the convenience of their home. The expansion of Instacart demonstrates Stater Bros. ongoing commitment to accommodating the evolving needs of our valued customers,” Van Helden concluded.
Stater Bros.’ customers can access Instacart home delivery service by visiting https://www.instacart.com/stater-bros. All Instacart orders must exceed $10.00. The delivery fee is $5.99 for delivery within two hours, and $7.99 for delivery within one hour for orders exceeding $35.00. An Instacart Express membership offers unlimited one-hour deliveries for an annual fee. Visit the Instacart website for a free two-week trial of Instacart Express. About Instacart
Instacart helps people cross grocery shopping off their to-do lists with just a few clicks. Customers use the Instacart website or app to fill their virtual shopping cart with items from their favorite, local stores and Instacart connects them with shoppers who hand pick the items and deliver them straight to their door. Founded in San Francisco in 2012, Instacart has quickly scaled to over 140 markets nationwide and partnered with retailers across the United States. By combining a personal touch with cutting-edge technology, Instacart offers customers a simple solution to save time and eat fresh food from the most trusted grocery brands. Instacart is the only grocery service that can meet today’s on-demand lifestyle by delivering in as little as one hour. First delivery is free at www.instacart.com.
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