Meijer is set to offer home delivery from 25 stores in Michigan.

Meijer has announced they are working with Shipt, an app-based company, to launch home grocery delivery service in Detroit and southeastern Michigan.

For now, West Michigan shoppers are left hoping for future expansion of the service similar to the way Meijer rolled out their curbside shopping program.

Beginning Sept. 15, shoppers will be able to use the Shipt app to shop 55,000 items from one of 25 Detroit-area Meijer stores and choose a one-hour delivery window, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Shipt's grocery delivery service is membership-based, with either annual or monthly options. For $99 a year, Shipt members receive unlimited free grocery deliveries on all orders over $35. Customers who subscribe to Shipt prior to launch date will also receive $25 off their first delivery.

After signing up for Shipt, members can shop Meijer groceries and everyday items, including baby, health and beauty products. They can also note any preferences, choose a preferred delivery window and pay for their order. A Shipt shopper will hand pick their items and deliver them in as little as one hour after the order is placed.