ORLANDO, Fla. – Several food and goods delivery services will be launching in Orlando this week.
UberEATS, Google Express, Instacart and Drizly are some of the new online delivery services that will be available.
The companies will work with local businesses in Orlando to deliver goods to customers at home. UberEATS will use existing Uber drivers in the area as well as over 100 local restaurants,
Google Express will be offering overnight delivery of goods from places like Walgreens, Whole Foods Market, and Petsmart. Their service will cost consumers $95 a month.
Instacart allows customers to order groceries online and get them delivered to their home. The company works with local grocers like Publix. The service has a subscription fee of $99 to $149.
Drizly is a unique service that provides alcohol delivery to customers. The company works with local ABC Fine Wine and Spirits stores to provide services to customers.