Illustration by Jack Pertschuk

Illustration by Jack Pertschuk

AmazonFresh: Same-day online ordering and delivery of fresh grocery and everyday essentials. fresh.amazon.com

Blue Apron: Brooklyn-based digital platform for dinner kit delivery with national reach. blueapron.com

Caviar: trycaviar.com

Cover: App that allows diners to pay at restaurants without waiting for the check. paywithcover.com

DoorDash: Restaurant delivery service similar to Caviar, for the South Bay, online or app. doordash.com

EatStreet: Restaurant and takeout delivery service via online or mobile. eatstreet.com

Farmigo: farmigo.com

Feeding Forward: Tech platform designed to redistribute food, reduce waste, and feed the hungry. Previously profiled here. feedingforward.com

Good Eggs: San Francisco–based grocery delivery service with emphasis on local and organic fare. Serving the Bay Area, rolling out around country. goodeggs.com

GoogleShopping Express: National online same-day grocery delivery. google.com/shopping/express/

GrubHub Seamless: Major player in national online and mobile app restaurant food delivery. The two formerly separate entities merged in 2013. grubhub.com seamless.com

HelloFresh: New York–based meal kit service. hellofresh.com

HomeGrocer: One of first online supermarket businesses back in digital Dark Ages (1997). Merged with WebVan in 2000. RIP.

Instacart: National online grocery supplier promises delivery in one hour from multiple stores. instacart.com

Kozmo: New York–based, VC-fueled one-hour delivery service for food and other goods. Founded in 1998, bankrupt by 2001.

Munchery: San Francisco–based meal delivery service with emphasis on wholesome food. munchery.com

Naturebox: Monthly snack subscription service with home delivery.  naturebox.com

Orderlunch: Mid-day meal service for corporate and business catering, national. orderlunch.com

Peapod: Online grocery delivery service based in Illinois, serving several cities. peapod.com

Plated: A dinner box service that boasts a home-cooked meal in under 30 minutes. plated.com

Platejoy: Another meal menu kit service. platejoy.com

Postmates: On-demand restaurant and store delivery in San Francisco (company HQ) and 16 other cities. postmates.com

Quinciple: New York–based farm-fresh produce delivery box with recipes. quinciple.com

RelayFoods: Local, organic and everyday foods via home delivery. relayfoods.com

Spoonrocket: spoonrocket.com
Sprig: San Francisco–based complete meal deliver service. sprig.com

Tomato Sherpa: tomatosherpa.com

Webvan: Foster City–based online supermarket service launched in 1999, went belly up in 2001. Founder Louis Borders, who also co-founded Borders Books, is at work on a new online food platform.

Yelp: Crowd-sourced restaurant reviews courtesy of this San Francisco–headquartered service with global reach. yelp.com

Zesty: Restaurant delivery platform servicing San Francisco. zesty.com