Aldi ends partnership with Deliveroo

Aldi has ended its trial with Deliveroo to focus on its Click and Collect service.

The partnership, which began in May 2020, was designed to give consumers greater flexibility and access to groceries during the UK’s national lockdowns.

In October 2020, the company doubled the size of its ongoing trial which was running out of 20 stores across London, Greater Manchester, Cambridge and the Midlands in the early summer. The company extended this to further 22 stores across the UK - including Bristol, Liverpool and Brighton.

The retailer decided to end the trial because the number of customers shopping at its stores have returned to normal levels.

Aldi customers will still be able to buy SpecialBuy products, as well as wines and spirits for home delivery and order groceries online for Click&Collect.

“We have decided to end our trial with Deliveroo to focus on our Click and Collect service, which remains on offer at more than 200 of our stores nationwide,” said an Aldi spokesperson on Thursday.

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