Grocery Delivery Startup Expands to Concord

Tipping not required.

Each week Chop Chop Go creates new meals you can choose to buy. Photo credit: Chop Chop Go
Each week Chop Chop Go creates new meals you can choose to buy. Photo credit: Chop Chop Go
Grocery delivery startup Chop Chop Go announced Monday that the business has expanded into four new cities including Concord, California.

A new partnership with Whole Foods Market sparked the company’s growth, according to Christopher Casado, co-founder of Chop Chop Go. The company provides meal plans and personal shoppers for people who don’t have the time, or motivation, to go to the grocery store. Each week the company creates a new menu on the web site; each recipe comes complete with a pre-made grocery list.

You can purchase the foods for that recipe and have them delivered to your door for a one-time $15 delivery fee, or a monthly subscription fee. Alternatively, you can text a photo of your handwritten grocery list to the company and the personal shoppers will bring the food to your door.

Chop Chop Go was founded in in July 2013, and launched in Lamorinda. It now provides grocery delivery service from Whole Foods Market to residents of Concord, Walnut Creek, Danville, and Pleasant Hill. It is the first high-end grocery delivery service to enter the Concord market. 

Tipping the drivers is not required.


Guillermo Daniel Elenes November 08, 2013 at 02:05 PM
If they are able to bridge the digital divide in the Monument area they could have a huge impact in the market (people there are busy, many don't drive and grocery options are limited)


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