Spring signed up with PublixDirect, a service of Publix (which is a chain
of supermarkets in Florida and Georgia) whereby you select the groceries you
want from the website, pay by credit card and Publix will then deliver the
groceries to your doorstep.
The site apparently is set up quite nicely—allowing you to select items
you normally buy to make a form of pre-canned shopping list. You can then
check items off that list, as well as add other items not on the list, and
see what items are for sale. According to Spring, it's very smooth and the
site works well. You then see a schedule of when they'll be delivering in
the area and you can pick one of several listed times.
She set up a delivery for today between 3:00 to 4:00 pm and sure enough,
during that hour, the delivery was made, so it seems to work on that end as
And Spring is happy because she was able to get sushi delivered and is
eating it for breakfast. Breakfast.
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