Good news for the Silicon Valley and East Bay gourmets: Instacart, the leader in same-day delivery, and Frenchery are teaming up.
Since 2016, Frenchery has imposed itself as “THE Bay area épicerie fine” as we call it in French. The concept of Epicerie Fine à la Frenchery is to provide gourmet products mainly but not exclusively, sourced in France.
Until now, Frenchery reach was mostly limited to Bay area farmers’ markets. In parallel, they were providing home deliveries, but since today, Frenchery announced a partnership with Instacart, one of the leaders of the same-day-delivery service.
With this Instacart partnership, Frenchery can deliver on a daily basis in an area that goes from its San Jose warehouse up to Pleasanton on the East bay and Burlingame in the North of Silicon Valley. It doubles its geographic reach.
No more frustration if you are looking for Bordier butter, ham from Bayonne, cheese from Savoie, or delicate chocolates by Cluzel or Weiss, click your Instacart app or go to their website.
San Francisco and Marin County should be next on the list in the coming months.
“With this alliance, thousands of ‘Made in France’ delicatessen products (salts, peppers, spices, sauces, condiments, flours, etc.) are now easily accessible to millions of American consumers“, rejoices Rémy Brossard, the sales director of Frenchery.com.
This is a major milestone for the development of this company that expects to grow its revenue by +15% before the end of the year. It also hopes to raise its brand awareness.
This is Father’s day soon, let’s splurge and go for gourmet food… and we can swear that he would appreciate a selection of gourmet products on June 19th.