While most online grocers serve only select zip codes, Netgrocer ships groceries via FedEx to any home or business address in the U.S., making it great for vacation homes, lake cabins, and condos. The kick is Netgrocer charges more for shipping than most e-tailers (although it isn't too steep in the Northeast – a flat $9.99 fee for orders under $200).
Still, groceries sent to your destination's doorstep totally beats shopping before you leave and then cramming all that food into your packed rental car, or having to buy food once you get there. Netgrocer doesn't do next-day delivery, so place your order a few days before leaving. For nonperishables and cabin staples, it can't be beat. [netgrocer.com]