Just Eat to deliver groceries from 650 Morrisons convenience stores

Just Eat has announced a new deal with Morrisons which will see the company carry out on-demand deliveries for the supermarket chain’s convenience store network.

The company will initially roll out its delivery service to nearly 60 Morrisons Daily stores this month, with plans to expand to more than 650 locations early next year.

“We have Morrisons Dailys across the country and partnering with Just Eat will offer another fast and convenient way for customers to get Morrisons groceries delivered straight to their door," said Joseph Sutton, online & wholesale director, Morrisons Convenience. "We’re committed to offering great value and high quality products to our customers however they choose to shop.”

The move comes following a year of what Just Eat describes as "rapid growth" for its grocery and convenience estate in the UK.

Amy Heather, strategic accounts director, Just Eat UK said "We know that our customers are increasingly seeking convenience, particularly in those busy moments like Christmas, and our partnership with Morrisons Daily shows our ongoing commitment to delivering a wide range and more options for our customers to get whatever they need, wherever and whenever they need them.”

This week Asda announced it had opened 81 new Asda Express stores during December, the most the supermarket has opened in a month.

The store openings include conversions of recently acquired Co-op and EG UK stores as well as eight standalone Asda Express stores.

The supermarket chain now has 229 express stores in the UK, with plans to convert 254 sites by the end of the first quarter of 2024, bringing the total number of stores to 1000 across the UK and Northern Ireland by March 2024.



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