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Grocery delivery company launches mobile app

April 10, 2018
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Customers of a local grocery delivery company will now be able to buy their groceries from their smartphones.

Grand Rapids-based Doorganics said today it launched a mobile app for iOS and Android users under its brand name.

“The experience customers are used to from their desktop is now available on mobile,” said Mike Hughes, founder and CEO, Doorganics.

Customers who have a Doorganics subscription may use the app to place their orders, make substitutions, schedule deliveries, update account information and contact Doorganics’ customer service.

“We’re confident that the app makes the Doorganics experience even better, allowing our customers more time around the table eating real food,” Hughes said.

How it works

Doorganics deliveries start with a customizable produce box full of organic and local fruits and vegetables.

Customers can then shop from more than 150 Michigan-produced grocery items, including eggs, pastured meats, fresh baked breads, cheeses, organic deli salads and prepared meals.

Delivery is free, and customers have full control of their delivery schedule inside an online member portal.

Giving campaign

For each app download through the end of May, Doorganics will donate one pound of food to God’s Kitchen in Grand Rapids and Gleaners Community Food Bank in Detroit.

Doorganics

Founded in Grand Rapids in 2011, Doorganics expanded its delivery area to 85 ZIP codes in southeast Michigan in December and plans to open a second facility in metro Detroit in the coming year.

The company makes weekly deliveries to customers in metro Grand Rapids, Holland, Grand Haven, Ann Arbor and Detroit.

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