Online grocery delivery services in the Midwest are growing in popularity, although they are still primarily serving smaller, niche markets. Bill Bishop, chairman of omnichannel consulting firm Brick Meets Click, said that online grocery services that provide delivery are growing annually by 15% to 20%. “It’s hard to see a community without delivery [but] it’s still a premium service,” said Bishop, noting that the typical customer for grocery delivery services have a ...

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