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Iceland teams up with Just Eat for rapid grocery delivery

Iceland has teamed up with food delivery app Just Eat to expand its offering to include instant delivery. The partnership will initially launch with more than… View Article

FOOD AND DRINK NEWS UK

Iceland teams up with Just Eat for rapid grocery delivery

Iceland has teamed up with food delivery app Just Eat to expand its offering to include instant delivery.

The partnership will initially launch with more than 200 Iceland sites by the end of April and make over 5,000 products available to customers in places like London, Manchester, Belfast and Leeds. The service will then be rolled out to “many more” sites during the remainder of 2023.

Products will include both fresh and frozen items and shoppers will be able to order items from Iceland for delivery in as little as under 30 minutes via Just Eat.

Justin Addison, international and wholesale director at Iceland Foods, said: “At Iceland our customers are our priority, and we consistently hear that they want more convenient access to our products – both on high streets across the UK and from the comfort of their homes. We are excited to be partnering with Just Eat, enabling us to expand our offering with instant delivery at the click of a button. We strive to support our customers in any way we can, which includes providing great value, with convenient groceries, even on those days when they don’t visit us in store.”

Just Eat’s grocery estate in the UK has expanded to over 2,500 sites on the platform in the last year.

Amy Heather, director of strategic accounts at Just Eat, said: “Our partnership with Iceland is another big step in our grocery delivery journey in the UK, bringing even more convenient grocery options to our customers. Iceland is a brand that champions local communities with stores on high streets across the whole UK and we’re excited to partner with them to deliver groceries to meet the demands of even more households looking for fast, convenient grocery options.”

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