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Target Partners With Instacart To Launch Same-Day Delivery Service In Minneapolis

September 15, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Target Corp. partnered with Instacart Inc. to offer same-day delivery of groceries and household products for $3.99 in Minneapolis. Described as an alternative to Amazon.com Inc.’s $299-per-year Amazon Fresh grocery delivery service, the service highlights supermarkets’ efforts to sell grocery products online. Target will be Instacart’s second-largest partner in the retail industry in terms of revenue.
Spencer Soper and Shannon Pettypiece, "Target Teams With Instacart to Challenge Amazon on Groceries", Bloomberg, September 15, 2015, © Bloomberg L.P.
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