Peapod Expands Chicago's Best Offerings

Peapod Offers One-Stop Shopping for Chicago Restaurant Favorites Including Bob Chinn's, Mity Nice Grill, Francesca's and Foodlife

Jun 28, 2010, 15:19 ET from Peapod

CHICAGO, June 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Internet grocer Peapod has new offerings to add to its Chicago's Best aisle.  The Chicago's Best aisle features a group of leading restaurant brand-name products not available in the typical supermarket.  

In just one stop, Chicagoans can purchase their favorite restaurant foods like Bob Chinn's Alaskan King crab legs, Francesca's pasta sauce, Mity Nice Grill hamburgers and Foodlife spices. These new partners are an addition to the already successful Chicago's Best line including Wildfire steaks and side dishes, Lou Malnati's pizza, Carson's ribs and Eli's cheesecake.

"The Chicago's Best aisle offers our customers a variety of choices ranging from Big Bowl to Charlie Trotter's," says Tony Stallone, VP Merchandising. "We also know our customers rely on Peapod's convenience, and the Chicago's Best aisle allows our customers to stock up on their restaurant favorites."

"Bob Chinn's Crab House is excited to be partnering with As one of the nation's highest grossing restaurants, we are always looking for new avenues for our products. Peapod has been delighting customers in the Chicagoland area for years, and we are proud to be associated with a company of this caliber," says Bob Chinn, owner, Bob Chinn's Crab House.

Founded in 1989 as a smart shopping option for busy people, Peapod today stands as the country's leading Internet grocer, serving 23 U.S. markets in communities in the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York and New Jersey. The Skokie, Ill.-based company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Ahold in The Netherlands, has achieved over 16 million deliveries since its late 1980s inception. For more information on Peapod, call 1.800.5.PEAPOD (573.2763); e-mail or visit