Uber Eats partners UK-based grocery chain

UK customers will get bigger flexibility and access to a range of different meal solutions and essentials

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Uber Eats partners UK-based grocery chain. Source: unsplash.com

Asda and Uber Eats have announced a partnership to offer customers a 30 minutes delivery service to the doorstep.

The trial will roll out in Leeds and Birmingham stores thus giving customers a choice of more than 300 Asda own-brand products.

According to the report, customers can shop in the same way as they would when ordering from a restaurant via the Uber Eats app. After the order is confirmed, it is picked in-store by Asda before being collected and delivered by a courier.

The service has no minimum basket size needed to qualify for delivery. Along with that, the partnership provides shoppers with a contactless and cashless payment option.

The partnership may be extended to more Asda stores if the trial is successful.

Uber Eats is looking forward to making sure customers can quickly and conveniently order groceries and treats, and I know this partnership will offer even more choices for customers using the Uber Eats app
Toussaint Wattinne, Uber Eats General Manager

We’ve reported that Just Eat Takeaway, the Dutch-British meal delivery company, has acquired Grubhub, the US food delivery service.

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