Some grocery stores let you place an online order and drive up to a pick up area (maybe it's uncommon--we have a lot of seniors in my town).Stop and Shop has a service called Peapod where you can order online and they'll deliver to hour door. (For a price, obviously). There are probably other companies in other areas that will do the same thing. You might also google to see if you can find a local dairy that delivers. I know there are some groups of people who don't like pasteurized milk, and they have what may or may not be a legal arrangement with small dairies to deliver raw milk.Nancy
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