Asda expands its rapid delivery service with Uber Eats to 100 shops

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Asda has expanded its partnership with Uber Eats to 100 stores in just four months, extending its rapid grocery delivery service to offer greater flexibility and access to a range of meal solutions and essentials to even more customers.

Following a successful trial earlier this summer, the expansion will give customers the chance to shop over 350 Asda own-brand products and branded everyday items for speedy delivery.

With more people celebrating at home this festive season, and with Covid-19 restrictions set to remain in place, the partnership offers another way to get fresh groceries, fruit and vegetables, and everyday items for rapid delivery to the doorstep.

Customers can shop in the same way as they would when ordering from a restaurant via the Uber Eats app. Once confirmed, the order is picked in-store by Asda colleagues before being collected and delivered by a courier using the Uber Eats app.

The partnership provides shoppers with a convenient, contactless and cash-free option when shopping for their favourite products.

Simon Gregg, Vice President of Online Grocery at Asda, said: “We’re pleased to be able to offer the convenience of rapid delivery across a wide range of products to more Asda customers through the extension of our partnership with Uber Eats. Customers in these stores now have even more options to get their favourite Asda brand and branded products quickly delivered to the doorstep.”

Toussaint Wattinne, Uber Eats General Manager, said: “With the festive season underway, there is once again a growing demand for more grocery delivery options. By expanding our partnership with Asda, we hope that more people will be able to safely and quickly get access to groceries and treats via the Uber Eats app.”

Source: nottinghampost

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