Just Eat and Sainsbury’s agree new rapid grocery delivery partnership
The Just Eat food delivery app has agreed a new partnership with Sainsbury’s to mark its second tie-up with one of the UK’s ‘Big Four’ grocers.
Launching with more than 175 stores by the end of February in places like London, Edinburgh and Bristol, the partnership will be rolled out to further cities throughout 2023.
From January, customers will be able to purchase Sainsbury’s items ranging from fresh milk and vegetables to household essentials through the Just Eat platform, with deliveries made within 30 minutes.
With over 2,000 grocery sites already on the platform, Just Eat said the new partnership marks a significant step in its plan to expand its grocery offering.
Amy Heather, director of strategic accounts at Just Eat, said: “Just Eat’s grocery offering is going from strength to strength and continues to be an area of significant focus. We’re excited to be working with Sainsbury’s to bring even more choice and flexibility to our customers when ordering the food and products they want, when they want.”
Siobhan McMullan-Finnegan-Dehn, director of ecommerce at Sainsbury’s, added: “Just Eat will offer another fast and convenient way for customers to get Sainsbury’s groceries delivered to their door. We are always on the lookout for more ways to make our customers’ lives easier and we look forward to working with Just Eat and to serving more shoppers with even more great value and quality Sainsbury’s products.”
Just Eat Takeaway.com already supports over 30,000 grocery and convenience stores on its platforms globally, and has partnerships with brands such as Asda, GETIR, 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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