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List of online grocers

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Ocado and Tesco grocery delivery vans in London, 2007

This is a list of notable online grocers. Online grocers are grocery stores that allow private individuals and businesses to purchase groceries and grocery products online. The companies then deliver the orders to consumers.

Online grocers[edit]



  • Yihaodian – a Chinese online grocery business founded by Gang Yu and Junling Liu on July 2008.[5]







  • Migros Online (formerly[11] - a Swiss online supermarket and one of Europe’s largest online grocery stores


Latin America[edit]

North America[edit]



An AmazonFresh delivery truck in Seattle, 2012
  • FreshDirect (New York/New Jersey/Connecticut/Pennsylvania/Delaware/Washington D.C)[19]
  • Hy-Vee's Aisles Online (Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin)
  • Kroger (CO/WY/TX)
  • OurHarvest (NYC via Uber)
  • Pink Dot (Los Angeles)
  • Vons (Southern California)
  • Giant Eagle (PA/OH)
  • Jet (dry goods only)
A Webvan delivery truck, circa 2005
  • (defunct but possibly re-launching)
  • HomeGrocer (defunct, one of the first online supermarket businesses)
  • Webvan (defunct)


See also[edit]


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  12. ^ Hickey, Shane (4 December 2015). "Stay local – and freshen up your supply chain". The Guardian. Retrieved 31 October 2016.
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  19. ^ Saul Hansell (June 2, 2005). "Internet Grocer Names Chairman". The New York Times.
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