Online Indian food marketplace Quicklly uses Instacart for grocery delivery


Digital marketplace Quicklly is quickly becoming a go-to source of Indian and South Asian food for many Americans, and now many of its groceries are available for quick delivery through Instacart.

The companies’ partnership, first announced in February with nationwide delivery of Quicklly’s ready-to-eat meal kits in three to four days, now offers delivery of staple foods, spices and desi sauces. Indians from Quicklly – in as little as 60 minutes. Customers can shop and order on Quicklly’s new digital storefront or through the Instacart app.

Quicklly’s service is available in seven US cities: New York; Chicago; Austin, TX; Fremont, California; Sunnyvale, California; Naperville, Ill.; and Edison, NJ Plans asks Quickkly to expand same-day delivery in the coming months to six more cities: Seattle, Atlanta, Dallas, Pittsburgh, Boston and Los Angeles.

“We are thrilled to expand this partnership with Instacart and bring authentic and delicious Indian and South Asian cuisine to Americans of all backgrounds, identities and locations,” said Keval Raj and Hanish Pahwa, co-founders of Quicklly, based in Chicago, in a joint statement. “With Quicklly, we’ve seen hundreds of thousands of customers engage with Indian and South Asian cuisine in new and exciting ways. We’re excited to continue connecting consumers with great-tasting staples and a diverse range of groceries, meal kits and more. »

Instacart continues to offer nationwide delivery of Quicklly’s ready-to-eat Indian Meal Kits, featuring authentic vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian dishes and sauces in three to four days.

“We are proud to extend our partnership with Quicklly to provide access to same-day delivery of its assortment of authentic Indian groceries, food, fresh produce and customers in seven cities,” commented Elise Metzger, Director retail accounts in San Francisco- based on Instacart. “At Instacart, we are committed to helping retailers compete and better serve their customers.”

Quicklly describes itself as a one-stop-shop for Indian and South Asian groceries, tiffins, meal kits and fully prepared restaurant meals. Founded in 2017, the company said it doubled its revenue and saw an 85% increase in orders and 44% increase in users from the first half of 2021 to the first half of 2022. Quicklly noted that it also had a partnership with meal delivery service Shef, offers nationwide delivery of iconic products like Mithaas sweets and Alphonso mangoes, and launched brand initiatives such as Quicklly Go and a brand ambassador program . To date, Quicklly partners with nearly 300 independent local businesses in greater Chicago, New York, New Jersey, the San Francisco Bay Area, and nationwide.

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