Sainsbury's partnering with Just Eat for home deliveries

Sainsbury's is partnering with Just Eat for home delivery of its products.

This month, customers will be to order milk, vegetables, and household essentials from participating Sainsbury’s stores via Just Eat.

The new partnership plans to launch the delivery service across 175 UK stores by the end of February in cities including London, Bristol, and Edinburgh. The companies said there are plans to expand into further UK cities by the end of 2023.

“Just Eat will offer another fast and convenient way for customers to get Sainsbury’s groceries delivered to their door,” Siobhan McMullan-Finnegan-Dehn, director of ecommerce at Sainsbury’s. “We are always on the lookout for more ways to make our customers' lives easier and we look forward to working with Just Eat and to serving more shoppers with even more great value and quality Sainsbury's products.”

Just Eat, which claims to be the largest food delivery platform in the UK with a 97 per cent postcode reach, already has partnerships with grocers Asda, Spar, and most recently Co-op.

Amy Heather, director of strategic accounts at Just Eat, said: “Just Eat’s grocery offering is going from strength to strength and continues to be an area of significant focus.”

Heather added: “We’re delighted to bring a wide range of options to thousands of consumers, demonstrating the huge value we can provide in this space with on-demand delivery.”

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