DoorDash introduces express grocery delivery

On-demand delivery platform DoorDash has introduced express grocery delivery in partnership with Albertsons Companies.

Albertsons is a large food and drug retailer in the US.

The new service will deliver fresh groceries in under 30 minutes.

Consumers in more than 20 major cities across the US, including Los Angeles, Denver, Seattle and more, will now be able to access express grocery delivery from their local Albertsons Cos. banner stores.

"We know that speed, selection, and affordability remain paramount for consumers when it comes to getting everything in their neighbourhood delivered on-demand, and that's why we're proud to launch our new express grocery delivery service with Albertsons to bring their wide selection of groceries to consumers' doorsteps in under 30 minutes," said Fuad Hannon, vice president of new verticals, DoorDash. "Leveraging our extensive logistics network and Albertsons Cos. selection of groceries, we are creating a one-stop shop for consumers nationwide to access all the items they need, delivered to their doorstep right when they need it.

"DoorDash's merchant-first approach guides how we build our products and services and today's launch of express grocery delivery furthers our commitment to helping Albertsons grow their delivery offerings to meet evolving customer needs."

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