H-E-B customers now have a new way to get groceries quickly - a two-hour Express Delivery program the grocer has just launched in partnership with Favor.

One of the smaller lessons Houstonians are learning during the coronavirus crisis is how to plan grocery lists. With high demand for curbside and delivery, H-E-B requires customers ordering via its store app 7 days in advance, making impulse shopping difficult.

Now, customers can choose up to 25 items from a limited list to be delivered by a dedicated Favor runner. All deliveries will be left at the customer's door for a contactless experience.

Available items include dairy, meat, produce, beer, wine and more. Delivery is available from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. every day through the Favor app or favordelivery.com. Express Delivery includes a $4.98 two-hour delivery fee, discounted from $9.95, and $10 tip, which goes to the runner.

We checked out the app and here are a few of the available items for one Houston-area location:

- Diapers

- H-E-B brands of bread

- Meal Simple selections

- A selection of beer and wine, including Karbach Love Street and Simple Life Pinot Noir

- K-cups, orange juice, Monster Engery and Topo Chico

- Frozen pizza and ice cream

- Ketchup, mayo and olive oil

- Chips and crackers

- Dog food

- Allergy medications, first aid, razors and shampoo

- Bacon, steaks and ribs

- There's also a spot to write in a product request.