Americans are getting a lot more comfortable with click-to-buy groceries. In a brick-and-mortar supermarket, the appearance of a mouse might have you questioning the safety of the food. But what if all you needed to ensure your week's supplies arrived at your door was … wait for it … a mouse. Mind. Blown.
A recent study
from the Harris Poll found that 31 percent of Americans (45 percent of
online shoppers) have ordered groceries online in the past six months,
avoiding swerving, almost sentient shopping carts, screaming children
underfoot, and the old lady who's emptying her coin purse at the
register.. . . more