Just Eat extends grocery delivery reach with One Stop partnership
The deal launches with 40 stores across the UK, with a view to further expand.
Just Eat is expanding its grocery offering following a new partnership with retail convenience store chain One Stop.
The new partnership sees 40 One Stop stores in towns and communities across the UK offering delivery on Just Eat with up to 500 grocery items available to order in.
The partnership, announced on 22 December, further extends Just Eat’s grocery delivery offering, and marks the delivery platform’s commitment to providing the best choice and service to its customers. Just Eat’s extensive national reach means it can offer delivery for up to 500 One Stop stores nationwide.
“We’re always striving to offer our customers more choice, convenience and the very best service - this partnership enables us to do just that. One Stop is a much-loved British convenience store at the heart of many local communities, making it a perfect partner for Just Eat,” said Andrew Kenny, managing director UK at Just Eat.
Jonny McQuarrie, One Stop managing director, added: “Customers will be able to have great quality products at their doorstep within minutes. We look forward to offering the Just Eat service to both our existing loyal customers and new customers across the country.”
Just Eat previously announced a similar partnership with Asda, allowing customers to order in five initial locations across the UK starting this January.