NEW YORK — Online grocer FreshDirect said it has begun expanding its grocery delivery availability to eight counties in suburban Philadelphia.
FreshDirect launched service in Center City Philadelphia in October, and said demand for its service in the surrounding suburbs prompted a faster rollout than originally anticipated.
“We’re thrilled to be expanding our unique farm-to-table offering and convenient service structure to suburban Philadelphians,” Jason Ackerman, chief executive officer of FreshDirect, said in a statement. “Similar to our suburban New York metro area customers, we’re excited to see that these residents already understand that our service model is a huge advantage for both suburban and city living. We can’t wait for Philadelphia suburban customers to take advantage of FreshDirect’s new standard in quality food sourcing, convenience, and food sourcing that our customers have relied on us for, for more than a decade.”
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FreshDirect said service to parts of Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware counties began Jan. 14, about two weeks ahead of schedule. On Jan. 28, FreshDirect will add zip codes in Chester, Bucks, Camden, Burlington and Mercer counties.
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