New Jersey is often referred to as the Garden State, and this is reflected in the fact that the two biggest categories in the NJ grocery delivery market are organic produce and vegetables/fruits.

It seems as though these are the items that people feel most comfortable buying from grocery delivery services, at least in the state of New Jersey. In fact, many organic items are currently cheaper online than they are in stores. As a result, there is a growing number of people who choose to buy their general groceries in stores, but purchase their organics and even other items from online services.

According to an article, one business - Sage Eldercare - also runs errands, picks up laundry and dry cleaning in addition to delivering groceries. New Jersey has a very strong network of grocery delivery services, thereby allowing for people in any city or township in NJ to have groceries delivered straight to the door of either their home or business.

Grocery Delivery Services in New Jersey

Company Info Cities
Blue Apron Recipe creations and pre-proportioned ingredients delivered to your door.
D'Artagnan Shop for Fresh, Natural Gourmet food from D'
Five Star Home Foods
Philadelphia, Allentown, Elizabeth, Jersey City, Newark Beginning in the New York market in '02, FreshDirect grew in popularity and they have now expanded to multiple cities and states in the Northeast. Known for its options of Organic, Local, and Kosher food, the company has more than 2,000 employees and a variety of additional options.
New York City, Jersey City, Philadelphia
Old World Organics Women run online organic grocery delivery. Delivers Meat, cheese, dry goods, etc.
Park & Willow L.L.C. Park & Willow is an online beverage, Coffee and snacks for office and home.
New York City
Urban Organic
Atlanta, Little Rock, Hollywood, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Sacramento, Roseville, Clearwater, Coral Springs, Jacksonville, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Athens, Boise, Springfield, Raleigh, Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Milwaukee

Perhaps the most widely used grocery delivery service in New Jersey is Peapod, a service created and supported by none other than the world-famous superstore known as Stop & Shop.

Another lesser-known grocery delivery service is OrganicDirect, a service that specializes in the delivery of solely organic produce. However, OrganicDirect is currently a very small business, so it mainly only serves NY, although it still does deliver to a few zip codes in NJ. Walmart To Go is currently in its beta stage and is delivering to a few cities in NJ, although that number is expected to increase very soon. Finally, there is FreshDirect, a delivery service that is renowned all over the US for its incredible amount of locations and overall quality of service.

Grocery delivery services have begun to grow in size and scope over the past few years, and arguably may overtake more traditional means of getting groceries over the next couple of years. Therefore, it would be a wise move to invest in a grocery delivery service right now, as this is when these services will be most affordable.