Whole Foods Partners With Cravy To Offer Grocery Delivery In Palm Beach
The service begins May 13. Your first delivery is free.
Whole Foods Market has partnered with Cravy, a West Palm Beach-based service that delivers food from more than 60 restaurants (and now Whole Foods) to your door.
The process is simple: Upload your grocery list to CravyMarket.com, and a Cravy employee will pick up and deliver your groceries for a fee. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance and can be delivered between 9:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The service starts Wednesday, May 13, and will be tested for the next four weeks. The first grocery delivery will be free. Subsequent deliveries to zip codes 33401, 33407, 33409 and northern portions of 33480 will include a fee of $9.99. Deliveries to zip codes 33405 and southern areas of 33480 will include an extra fee of $5.99.
"We could not be more proud of our relationship with Whole Foods Market and launching our beta test for grocery and provisioning delivery," Manual Bornia, the founder and chief executive of Cravy, said in a press release. "This initial offering to the public allows us to build better systems and meaningful relationships with our vendor partners and begin connecting with the community on another level."
For more on the partnership, watch this video from Cravy.