You can get groceries, restaurant food, alcohol, and even household items delivered from Vroom. 

 

In Montreal when you do not want to leave the house and want to order food, you are so far limited to Foodora, UberEats, Doordash and A la Carte Express.

What about to get your groceries delivered at your door steps? Your only options are deliveries offered by Marché Metro, Loblaws, Maxi and IGA and other major brands.

After the Quebec government declared a public health emergency, many, grocery stores have been scrambling to adapt to tighter sanitary regulations. As a matter of fact, some customers have to avoid public places and have turned to online shopping.

The coronavirus pandemic has made online grocery shopping a popular option and many Montreal-area stores can’t keep up with the demand

Vroom instant delivery service provides fast delivery for thousands of products from stores including Metro, IGA plus local ethnic groceries stores. Minimum order value is $15 and delivery fee is $6.99.

There’s also a service fee, which is a percent of your purchase price that you can confirm at checkout.

Vroom was founded in Montreal in 2016. The app was designed to be “a remote control for your city” that allowed you to have food and other services delivered to your door at will.

How to use Vroom

Using Vroom is about as simple as any other delivery app.

First, you create an account, if you don’t already have one.

Second, choose from their 16 categories, from restaurants to pet shops.

Third, select your items, days and time of delivery and you just checkout.

They can delivery in 35 minutes or within the hour.

Now that you know how to use Vroom, just register your account at www.uvroom.ca