Cub Foods is a grocery chain of their word.

In March, the grocer announced they would begin a delivery service around the end of April and it is officially here.

There are a few catches to the service: for now, this is only for the Duluth location at 615 West Central Entrance. (This already exists at several Cub locations in the cities.) You also must spend a minimum of $10 to be eligible for delivery.

Here's how it works: shop your grocery list online and at checkout, pay a small fee for delivery. (By the way, there is a special free delivery deal going on for Mother's Day. You also get free delivery on your first order.) If this is something you may use often, a yearly membership option is also available at checkout.

You won't have to wait as the groceries are delivered the day you order. A clock at the top shows an estimated wait time. You can also choose from a variety of other available times.

A nice feature is how you can shop by department and save your grocery lists for a later date if you want to swing back around and recreate the same recipe. There is also a coupon feature which offers you cheaper options, like they do in stores.

Delivery is available from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the week.

If you are looking for a more convenient grocery shopping option but don't want to pay a fee, Cub offers a store pickup option.