• Trader Joe’s is ending grocery delivery services in New York City on March 1 and has no plans to roll out delivery in other markets.
  • “Instead of passing along unsustainable cost increases to our customers, removing delivery will allow us to continue offering outstanding values,” a Trader Joe’s representative told Business Insider.
  • Trader Joe’s is ending its limited delivery program at a time when many other grocers including Walmart, Amazon-owned Whole Foods, and Kroger are investing heavily in online grocery services.

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Trader Joe’s is ending its New York-area grocery delivery service, and the company has no plans to roll out delivery in other markets.

The grocery chain offered delivery in New York for 10 years. Trader Joe’s is ending the program on March 1, in part because it was too costly, the company…