Instacart is an American delivery services company that allows to order groceries online. After a customer makes a request on the website or the mobile app, Instacart connects him or her with a personal shopper, who delivers the order within a specified amount of time (could be as little as 1 hour). If something is not in stock, there is an option to give the personal shopper additional instructions. The company also provides a contactless delivery service "Leave at my door", which is brought to make grocery purchasing safer. Instacart makes money by charging delivery fees.
Instacart's catalog includes hundreds of millions of products from 500+ retailers. Instacart is headquartered in San Francisco, California and operates in American and Canadian cities.
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