Is this how people want to plan their lunch? (Shakes head). In a mixed economy, when people are worried about their budgets, they are going to ask an overpriced grocer what to buy?
I’m a little concerned that Instacart is not focusing on the things that matter to consumers. Instead, they are focusing on the current shiny objects and press value.
Instacart, what are you? Press darling or an actual company powering retail?
Suggesting what you could cook from your recent purchased with some topups could help people save money and reduce food waste–starting with a “push” but then entering a dialogue.
Yes, initially done to raise corporate value. But I’m not that quick to dismiss this.
I’m sure it’s just an experiment – we will see how consumers respond –