Valley residents can now have their Bashas’ groceries delivered straight to their doorsteps in as little as one hour via Instacart.

Grocery shoppers who live in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa and Ahwatukee can now get their Bashas’ groceries delivered through Instacart.

“We’ve received an overwhelming number of requests from Bashas’ customers asking for their groceries to be delivered through our service,” said Sean Twersky, general manager of Instacart. “That’s why we’re especially pleased to announce this new collaboration, where Bashas’ shoppers pay the exact same prices for their groceries as if they were shopping for the items themselves in store.”

To use the online service, Valley residents simply visit a new Bashas’ grocery delivery website powered by Instacart. Customers will then enter their delivery zip code.

Shoppers will have to make an account with Instacart, and the first delivery is free. Groceries can be delivered within one hour, two hours or up to seven days in advance. The delivery charge is $5.99 for grocery orders $35 and up.

Customers can also sign up for an Express membership for $149, which gives them a year of unlimited free deliveries.

“People today have an increasingly on-demand lifestyle,” said Ashley Shick, director of Communications and Public Affairs for Bashas’ Family of Stores. “This makes it even more important for retailers to offer convenience to their customers. We’re thrilled to help our shoppers save time through this innovative delivery service option.”