Co-op partners with Getir

Getir has is piloting a range of Co-op products on its grocery delivery platform.

Getir will be working with Nisa Retail, the wholesale division of The Co-op Group, who will be supplying their own brand products.

The move comes after Co-op announced partnerships with rival delivery apps Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

Getir will deliver on behalf of Co-op across select stores in London.

The partnership has plans to expand to additional locations over the next few months.

The company said that the collaboration will “massively increase” the choices available for its customers, with roughly 300 lines across ambient and fresh groceries.

The trials will take place at stores in Battersea, Earls Court, Seven Sisters, Balham, Tottenham and Bethnal Green

“Getir is enabling us to reach more Co-op customers across London and the UK in record time is an exciting proposition for us,” said James Roberts, head of sales and wholesale corporate development, Nisa Retail. “We’ve always prided ourselves on the excellent range of products we make available and so giving customers the best possible choices when it comes to groceries and combining that with the convenience of rapid home delivery was a natural fit."

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