Sticking with your New Year's resolutions just got a whole lot easier. According to WDIO, Duluth's Cub Foods is set to start delivering to the area next month.

Beginning on April 26th, you can shop for food from the comfort of your own home. There is a price though. For orders of $35 dollars or more, there will be a small delivery fee of $5.99. For orders less than $35, there will be a heftier fee that hasn't been disclosed quite yet.

The groceries will be delivered the day you order.

While this will be a first for the Northland, it won't be for the grocery chain. Delivery service has been around for some time in the Cities. WDIO reports that the Duluth location will be pairing with the same company used there, which has been super successful so far.

There is no word yet on where exactly the delivery service will reach.

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. You can shop for your groceries online and then schedule a time to pick them up in store.

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