Denver-based King Soopers and its sister company City Markets are hoping to make it easier to shop for groceries.
The Kroger-owned supermarkets have expanded their online grocery service called HomeShop.
For nine-dollars-95-cents per order, customers in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs can now shop online for groceries delivered the same day. An additional five dollars will be gettinggroceries delivered within 30 minutes.
The minimum order is 50 dollars.
Hot food, and specialty items like bus tokens and money orders are not available.
King Soopers had offered the service previously in Boulder, but the company revamped the Web site and relaunched the service there.
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