As gas prices remain at all-time highs, the cost of doing business continues to go up. Instacart has announced a new temporary surcharge to offset fuel prices. The money will go to the company's "driver-shoppers." The fee will be 40 cents per grocery order, and the charge will go into effect over the next month.
Companies like Uber and Lyft have also added temporary surcharges to offset the cost of gasoline. [The Verge]