This article discusses enablers and barriers in online food retailing in Germany. The German food retail sector is one of the largest in Europe; however, its online or Internet provision for customers lags way behind the United Kingdom and France. Prior research has considered the demand-consumer side of this dyad; however, little has been done on the online food supply-retail side. This article addresses that gap through exploratory empirical research with three retailers, three logistics service providers, and a marketing agency. There is good potential in this market but costs of fulfilment and service quality currently represent major barriers.