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How Shopping for Groceries Online Saves Time, Money, and Hassle-LifeHacker

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Alan Henry:  Most of us hate going to the grocery store. Fighting for parking, dealing with the crowds, dodging shopping carts, waiting in long lines at checkout--they're all annoying and make us want to avoid the supermarket altogether. Plus, grocery stores are full of money-sucking pitfalls like endcaps and deceptive pricing. Thankfully, we live in the future, and we can have groceries brought to us instead of having to go get them. Here's how to get started with grocery delivery, save some money, avoid the grocery-store hassle, and let your food come to you.

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