BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Residents won’t have to wait long to have groceries available to the tip of their fingers. An app will allow them to organize an order for pickup or have an order delivered from Dash’s Market.
The Dash’s Delivery system works through an app called Rosie, which allows patrons to pick which foods they’d like and request the service they need. Dash’s will offer two services starting Sunday. Pickup will cost $2.99 and delivery will cost $4.99.
In addition to the fee, items will increase in price between $.10 to $.20 per item, according to Dash’s officials. They say that will pay for the app use, which will allow them to deliver to people in the service area of all four stores in Clarence, East Amherst, Town of Tonawanda and on Hertel Avenue.
Dash’s announced the service months ago, but said they’d go through a test phase before opening it up to the public. The service will be the first of its kind to be done on a large scale in Buffalo.