A recent national survey of 1,000 adult Canadians aged 25+ (representative of the Canadian population in terms of age, gender and region) conducted by Environics Research Group, revealed that Canadians’ spend 70 hours per year on average shopping for groceries (including travel time to and from the grocery store).
The breakdown is roughly 50 hours of time spent shopping in-store and 20 hours travel time (which is nearly the equivalent of driving from Edmonton to Vancouver and back at an average speed of 120 km/hr. - only with more wear and tear on your vehicle based on the demands of city driving).
One of Shop’N Deliver's primary goals is to eliminate all the countless hours you spend shopping for your groceries and household supplies, standing in line and fighting traffic.
Instead, you can now spend your time doing the things you really enjoy. In just minutes, you can place your grocery delivery order online or by phone and Shop’N Deliver will have your groceries delivered right from your favourite local store…
to your door!