Just Eat and Co-op embark on nationwide delivery partnership
Just Eat has teamed up with Co-op to launch an on-demand online delivery partnership for convenience shopping.
Due to be rolled out to an initial 50 stores early next year, the service is expected to be expanded to over 1,000 Co-op shops by spring 2023.
The move will enable shoppers to order items from Co-op for delivery in as little as under 30 minutes via the Just Eat app and website.
Chris Conway, ecommerce director at Co-op, said: “Co-op stores are well placed in local communities to provide quick, easy and convenient home deliveries – whether a full shop or last-minute top-ups. We are committed to exploring new and innovative ways to increase access to our products and services and, with our members and customers leading busy lives, ease, speed and convenience is a cornerstone of our approach.
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Just Eat, a move which will enable Co-op to ‘deliver’ further flexible options online with increased choice and availability in our communities, however and whenever our customers choose to shop with us.”
Amy Heather, strategic accounts director at Just Eat UK, said: “We’re excited to launch our partnership with Co-op to offer convenience grocery from their stores to customers across the UK. The partnership will bring our customers access to a wide range of fantastic Co-op products delivered to their home within minutes. This partnership is another example of Just Eat’s commitment to grocery in the UK and we know that Co-op will be a popular addition for our customers.”
Just Eat Takeaway.com supports over 30,000 grocery and convenience stores on its platforms globally. This includes partnerships with brands such as Getir, Asda, Ahold, Carrefour, Booker, Spar, Shell, 7-Eleven, Marqt, PLUS, Pascual Group, Galp, Kibus, Taste of America, Delicatessen Argentina and The Beer Store.
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