Instacart said Thursday it has begun offering grocery delivery in Los Angeles, just a week after expanding to New York City. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. As it does in New York, Instacart will initially pick from Whole Foods Market locations in Los Angeles, with plans to add more stores in the coming weeks. The company, based in San Francisco, uses freelance personnel to shop from local supermarkets and deliver to customers in as little ...
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