"It's very popular with young mothers with kids in the car, or the elderly, even those coming in bad weather," Lord said.
Customers would sign up at the store for Hannaford to Go prior to using the online program.
Derry planning officials liked the plan.
"This would also be good for the handicapped who won't have to get out of their car," Planning Board Chairman David Granese said.
The added convenience would help people who might want an easier way to shop for food.
"It's a great idea," board member Jim MacEachern said.