Just Eat has expanded its rapid, on-demand grocery delivery service to over 1,500 sites across the UK, growing from just 20 at the start of the year.
The roll-out of the quick commerce offering now sees 60% of UK household able to use the service, with shoppers ordering from over 2,000 food products from supermarkets and convenience retailers via Just Eat’s app.
Amy Heather, director of strategic partnerships at Just Eat, said: “Just Eat’s grocery offering is going from strength to strength. We’ve demonstrated to our partners the huge value we can provide with on-demand delivery and it’s amazing to see us expand so quickly.
“Since launching earlier this year, we’ve seen more and more of our customers relying on grocery delivery to support them in their busy lives. This is only the beginning and I look forward to announcing future big moves in this space to expand our grocery offering even further.”
Just Eat have worked over the summer to grow its grocery offering, with over 450 sites rolled out on the platform in July alone. The firm has recently announced partnerships, and expanded collaborations with popular brands including Asda, Londis, Budgens, One Stop and Co-Op.
The platform provider added it is “committed to finding new ways to deliver the best service and range of options for its customers.”