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As a resident of San Francisco, I have access to pretty much every on-demand-delivery service on the market.

And I don't use any of them.

But with the recent news that Google's shopping service has started offering fresh fruit and veggies, I decided to try out the three main grocery delivery options — Google's Express, Amazon's Prime Fresh, and Instacart — to see the pros and cons of each and whether they could convince me to cut a weekly shopping trip out of my schedule.

Here's what I learned, and what you need to know about each one:

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Each of these services work in different parts of the country, though all three work in San Francisco. You can try out Instacart if you live in any of these 18 metropolitan areas:

See if your ZIP code makes the cut.

Whereas Amazon Fresh is only available in select ZIP codes in Seattle, Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, and Northern and Southern California.

Is your area covered? Check here.

As for Google Express, you can get same-day delivery in California's Bay Area, Manhattan, Chicago, Boston, and Washington, DC. It also provides overnight delivery in Northern California, Southern California, and parts of Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Kentucky.

Here's where to find out if you're eligable.

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