Whole Foods Market to offer on-demand delivery across London
Whole Foods Market is to offer customers in London the option of shopping online and having their groceries delivered in one to two hours.
Working with delivery company Quiqup, Whole Foods completed a successful trial of the service in May.
Benjamin Woodgate, head of marketing at Whole Foods Market, said: “We are delighted that our customers appetite for the highest quality of natural and organic foods can now be met on-demand at www.wholefoods.london exclusively through Quiqup.”
To make their online purchases, customers select from one of seven Whole Foods stores in the capital, add items to a virtual shopping cart and then check out. Quiqup’s personal shoppers then conﬁrm incoming orders on their smartphones, shop for the items at Whole Foods stores and hand over the shopping to the Quiqup driver to deliver to the requested address, whether it’s at home or at the oﬃce.
To mark the launch, Whole Foods Market and Quiqup have teamed up to exhibit at the Taste of London event in Regents Park from 15 to 19 June. As the oﬃcial ingredient sponsor of the event, Whole Foods will showcase celebrity chefs preparing their favourite recipes at the Whole Foods Market Kitchen. Customers will then be able to order all of the ingredients on-demand via Quiqup’s app or web platform.
All new customers receive £10 oﬀ their ﬁrst order with subsequent deliveries costs starting from £5.50.
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