I'd forgotten all about this company until I was going through my account records the other day and came across my password for my old Peapod account from when Qualia was born. I just placed my first order in a year and am kicking myself for having been hauling heavy groceries and a toddler around for the past couple months when I didn't have to!
Anyway, just wanted to share the info with you all in case this is something that would help you out.
Peapod is a delivery service offered by Stop & Shop. You pay a sliding scale delivery fee (the more you order, the lower the fee) and in exchange you can order your groceries online and have them carried right into your kitchen for you. I found this really useful when Qualia was just born and we lived in a second floor apartment, and I'm pretty darn happy to have found it again now that I'm heading toward the end stretch of pregnancy and have a squirmy toddler who's not overly fond of the long grocery trips.
There are some ways to maximize your savings so it works out in your favor. I always shop the specials first, then order the heaviest things on my grocery list so I'm not the one carrying them. They take manufacturer's coupons (just give them to the delivery person) and give you a credit on your next order. You can get a dollar or two knocked off the delivery fee by signing up for their slower delivery times. And if you pay by DirectCheck instead of credit card, you can get more knocked off the delivery fee.
The one pitfall I found important to avoid is substitutions. If you're picky about what you order, check the box that says you don't want substitutions if they're out of something. Otherwise, you might get conventional produce instead of organic, aspartame-laden juice instead of regular, etc.