I'm trying to check out how life works in Vancouver and it seems that there isn't a proper grocery delivery service that handles regular/non-organic food. Yelp lists a few stores but they all look overpriced and the selection is limited.

Do people in Vancouver still mostly shop offline for groceries? Or am I just bad at Googling stuff in Canada?

  • "shop offline for groceries" - I have to admit, this expression made me laugh, once I figured out what you meant. – Mike Harris Dec 15 '17 at 14:38

The biggest and cheapest one is called Save On Foods. They block IP addresses from outside of North America, which is why I couldn't find it before.

An alternative for organic products is SPUD.

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