Case Study: Cutting Carbon Emissions in the Grocery Delivery Space


Buncha, formerly known as Pikup, is a scheduled weekly neighborhood delivery service on a mission to cut carbon emissions and contribute to a greener planet.


What sets us apart from competitors is our dedication to:

Convenience

We provide our neighbors with the opportunity to plan ahead and order their

groceries, dinner, and spirits for the week all in one place!

Affordability

While other delivery apps mark up prices by as much as 30% to compensate for instant service, we offer no markups, no memberships, and only $1.45 delivery.

Eco-friendliness

With efficient neighborhood routes, we are able to minimize delivery fees and cut carbon emissions drastically.



And just how drastically are we able to cut carbon emissions?



Take a look:


Pictured is an actual route completed by one of our Buncha delivery drivers.


The route started at Costco in Maple Grove and delivered to a neighborhood in Plymouth.


The delivery window was from 12pm to 3pm.


The delivery driver completed 13 deliveries.




Here's the breakdown:


In sum, Buncha is better for the people, the pocket, the planner, and the planet.

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