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OKLAHOMA – Online shopping is moving into the grocery business.

How would you like to order you groceries online and have them delivered to your home?

Soon you can.

Beginning October 1, Urban Essentials will be changing the way metro residents buy their groceries.

People will have the option of using their website, or an app to purchase their groceries.

The apps work for both IOS and Android.

Area initially serviced will be Oklahoma City and Edmond, with expansion to Moore and Norman coming at a later time.

Standard delivery is $2.99 and has a 3 hour delivery window.

Customers will browse through categories of groceries just as they would aisles at a grocery store.

After they have placed all of their items in the cart they will choose their delivery method and enter their payment information.

Once the order is placed one of their drivers will source the items from various supermarkets across the metro.

For more information, click here.