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The first 3D virtual grocery shopping experience has been launched in Canada

The first 3D virtual grocery shopping experience has been launched in Canada
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Today, Canada's leading on-demand grocery delivery service Inabuggy announced it has partnered with McEwan Fine Foods Don Mills to launch the first 3D Virtual Grocery Store.

Why would you want this, you ask? Well, according to the press release, the virtual grocery store enables customers to visually shop for groceries from home.

"Our first-of-its-kind virtual shopping portal piloted with McEwan Don Mills is offering customers a glimpse into the online grocery shopping experience of the future," said Julian Gleizer, CEO and Founder of Inabuggy. "This premium experience enhances both customer engagement and convenience, and lets customers get a close-up view of store items within each aisle, letting them feel like they are physically in the store."

The service is currently only offered in one location in Toronto (38 Karl Fraser Road, Toronto). So far, there is no news on whether a grocery store in Quebec will have something similar.

If you are curious to see what it looks like, simply visit the website by clicking here.

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