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Smith’s Food & Drug has launched grocery delivery to customers' homes using PigeonShip, a Utah-based delivery service provider.

SALT LAKE CITY — Smith’s Food & Drug has launched grocery delivery to customers' homes using PigeonShip, a Utah-based delivery service provider.

Utilizing Smith’s online grocery ordering service, ClickList, which offers more than 40,000 items from desktop or mobile devices, customers may now also choose home delivery by PigeonShip in two test market areas.

The delivery service from Smith’s Marketplace in Saratoga Springs is already underway, and the service will begin June 29 from Smith’s Marketplace in Springville. Cost is $11.95 for each trip, with no minimum or maximum order required.

To take advantage of the service, customers can go to smithsfoodanddrug.com/ClickList and select their items. Once the online shopping is completed, customers choose a delivery time within a four-hour window.

Customers can track their groceries en route through an app or email link and will know the precise time the order will arrive. The driver will then carry the groceries to the door.