Press at Instacart

Instacart is building the best way for people anywhere in the world to shop for groceries. Every day, we solve incredibly hard problems to create an experience for our customers that is absolutely magical. Our office is located in San Francisco. We are funded by renowned investors like Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, and Y Combinator.

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”If you need groceries in a hurry, the best choice is instacart.”

— The Wall Street Journal

”Instacart does not maintain warehouses or trucks. Instead, the service is assembled out of found parts — existing supermarkets, willing part-time workers and their cars. The model has many advantages.”

— The New York Times

“It saves me so much time,” Carr said. “My husband and I are very particular about our diets so it’s not an option for me to run by the Jack in the Box.”

— Los Angeles Times

“Having a personal shopper can make a bit of a difference. For example, the food delivered to the office (a bunch of bananas, a mango, and some strawberries) was ready to eat, just as if I had selected it from the grocery store myself.”

— Huffington Post

“It is difficult to find dependable shopping couriers who can master Instacart’s app and also reliably pick the ripest avocados or the milk least likely to spoil. Customers will pay a premium for that kind of service.”

— Business Week

“Instacart uses software that makes “hundreds of calculations” a second to determine the right time to dispatch a shopper, based on weather, traffic, sporting events, and other factors, so that the groceries are still fresh when they arrive at the door.”

— Washington Post

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