DoorDash, Raley, Bashas Team for Same-Day Delivery in N. Calif., Nevada

doordash, The Raley’s Companies, partnership, same-day grocery delivery

Northern California and Nevada can now get same-day delivery for groceries from a DoorDash collaboration with The Raley’s Companies, which includes stores within the Raley’s and Bashas’ divisions.

On-demand grocery delivery is being offered from 213 locations across multiple cities, according to a press release on Friday (Sept. 9). People can place orders for fast delivery from over 117 Raley’s stores across Northern California and Nevada and over 91 Bashas’ stores throughout Arizona.

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Grocery orders for on-demand delivery for Raley’s or Bashas can be placed using the DoorDash app or website. Aside from Raley’s or Bashas, people can also use DoorDash in those at Bel Air, Nob Hill Foods, Raley’s O-N-E Market, Food City, and AJ’s Fine Foods stores, according to the release.

DoorDash’s membership program DoorDash Pass will also participate with Raley and Bashas for same-day delivery. DoorDash Pass offers members $0 delivery fees from thousands of restaurants, grocery, and convenience stores nationwide.

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A privately, family-owned company, The Raley’s Companies is a purpose-driven retail firm headquartered in West Sacramento, California, and founded in 1935. With more than 235 locations across four states and four Tribal Nations, its store operate under eight banners — Raley’s, Bel Air, Nob Hill Foods, Raley’s O-N-E Market, Bashas’, Food City, AJ’s Fine Foods and Bashas’ Diné Market.

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Online orders for grocery delivery are still a mainstay post-pandemic, according to data from the July edition of PYMNTS’ ConnectedEconomy™ series, “The ConnectedEconomy™ Monthly Report: The Rise of the Smart Home.” Some 40% of respondents order groceries for home delivery every month. Over 50% placed orders once a week or more.

PYMNTS study also indicated that 37% of consumers order groceries for curbside pickup each month, and 22% do so at least once a week.