Ever decided during the day that you want to cook when you get home, but realize you don't have the ingredients you need so you ultimately decide it's too much of a pain in the anus to stop by the grocery store?  Cub Foods in Duluth is about to begin a service that's a game changer.

Our media partners at WDIO are reporting that Cub Foods will begin home grocery delivery as early as April 26.  This will be the first commercial grocery delivery service in the Northland, but it has worked well for them in the Twin Cities.

Customers will be able to log onto the Cub website to choose their groceries, then a company Cub Foods works with called Instacart will get those items from the store shelves and deliver them to your home on the same day.

The deliver charge is $5.99 for any order over $35 dollars with higher delivery charges for orders less than that.

Delivery maps have not been released yet, so how far into the Northland Cub Foods will deliver has yet to be determined.

I'm all for this type of convenience.  My only hope is I can get the driver's number so I can work a side deal to have them swing over to Cash Wish Liquor and grab me a bottle of tequila on the way.