Peapod Grocery Delivery Service Ditches Midwest Market

A new study suggests that one service already in place in many food deserts could help make it easier to access fresh, healthy food: online grocery delivery. The finding lends support to expanding a pilot program that lets people use food stamp benefits to pay for those groceries.
A new study suggests that one service already in place in many food deserts could help make it easier to access fresh, healthy food: online grocery delivery. The finding lends support to expanding a pilot program that lets people use food stamp benefits to pay for those groceries.
A new study suggests that one service already in place in many food deserts could help make it easier to access fresh, healthy food: online grocery delivery. The finding lends support to expanding a pilot program that lets people use food stamp benefits to pay for those groceries.
A new study suggests that one service already in place in many food deserts could help make it easier to access fresh, healthy food: online grocery delivery. The finding lends support to expanding a pilot program that lets people use food stamp benefits to pay for those groceries.

Peapod Grocery Delivery Service Ditches Midwest Market

Grocery delivery pioneer Peapod is ditching Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. Reset takes a look at why the service is leaving its home market for the East Coast and how customers are reacting.

GUESTS: Mariah Woelfel, WBEZ reporter

Mike Demko, CEO and founder of Locai Solutions, a grocery store consulting firm