The race for dominance among Bay Area grocery delivery companies is starting to heat up, and LolaBee’s is in the front of the pack.
By Michelle Paratore (Founder, Edible Startups)
In spite of the death of Webvan in 2001, the world of online grocery delivery has been slowly creaking back to life. The explosion of CSAs in the late 2000s brought fresh produce to the doorsteps of thousands of Bay Area residents. Now, dozens of companies are popping up to combine the CSA model of weekly box delivery with a grocery store-like shopping experience and flexibility.