Companies / Researchers expect online grocery sales to continue growing fast in 2019 and beyond

Rank in U.S.
Performance Score:
52 out of 100

Online grocer Peapod launched pickup sites in February 2016 outside train stations to save Washington, D.C.-area commuters time on their way home. The three sites operate from 4-7 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Consumers pay a $2.95 pickup fee, the same as when they pick up their orders at 53 other mostly suburban sites that stand alone or are next to Peapod-affiliated Giant supermarkets throughout the D.C. area. Customers place orders either online or with Peapod’s mobile app. The pickup sites have lockers where customers’ temperature-controlled containers are stored to prevent tampering, and Peapod attendants are the only ones with access to the lockers.


9933 Woods Drive, Suite 375, Skokie IL 60077

Parent Company

Royal Ahold N.V.

Merchant Type

Web Only

Merchandise Category


Year Launched: 1989

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