Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace Launches Same-day Delivery Powered By Instacart
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 30, 2018
FARMINGDALE, NY— Local Gourmet Grocer, Uncle Giuseppe’s is now offering Grocery Delivery with Instacart within a 30-minute drive of its six Long Island stores and one New Jersey store.
The delivery service is powered by Instacart, an online ordering portal also used by other top retailers. Customers can visit www.instacart.com/giuseppes or download the Instacart app and enter their ZIP code to determine if they are within the Uncle Giuseppe’s delivery area. Once signed in, shoppers can build a virtual cart and choose a delivery window within one hour, two hours or up to a week advance. Once the order is placed, items are personally chosen and delivered by an Instacart team member. “We’re thrilled to offer this service to our customers, making it even easier to receive the best of Uncle Giuseppe’s delivered right to your doorstep within an hour. Everything from our fresh prepared artisan goods, to our standard grocery items will be available on the platform for home delivery” – Representative of Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace.
Uncle Giuseppe’s will be offering free delivery until 11/26 for orders $35 or more with the coupon code: UNCLEG. Each order less than $35 and after 11/26 will have a $5.99 delivery fee.
About Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace
Family-owned Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace is a full-service specialty grocery market that is committed to selling the tastiest food made with traditional Italian recipes and using the highest quality ingredients. Founded in 1998, Uncle Giuseppe’s has established itself as Long Island’s leading Italian food retail destination, with stores that emphasize an extensive selection of fresh products, prepared foods, and hard-to-find specialty and gourmet offerings, along with a full assortment of conventional groceries. Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace is headquartered in Farmingdale, NY with six stores located in New York (East Meadow, Smithtown, Port Washington, Port Jefferson Station, Massapequa, and Melville), and one in New Jersey (Ramsey).
Jillian Gundy, Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace