Aldi to offer grocery delivery in St. Louis by Thanksgiving

A woman pushes a shoppping trolley as she leaves an Aldi supermarket store in London on September 26, 2016. Aldi UK announced on Monday that it will invest £300 million ($389 million, 346 million euros) to revamp its stores over the next three years. Aldi and its German rival Lidl have boomed in Britain, grabbing market share from traditional supermarkets Asda, Morrison, Sainsbury's and Tesco, as customers tightened their belts to save cash. / AFP / Daniel Leal-Olivas (Photo credit should read DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images)

ST. LOUIS, MO — Aldi is teaming up with Instacart to offer online grocery deliver nationwide. The company began testing online ordering in four cities,  Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles.  It’s now being expanded to 35 states being available by Thanksgiving in over 5,000 zip codes.   The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the service will be extended to area stores.

Once the program goes live, customers will fill their virtual carts by visiting or by downloading the Instacart app. At checkout, customers can choose a delivery window anywhere from an hour or up to a week later.