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Co-op teams-up with Uber Direct  

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Co-op has expanded access to its online shop through a new partnership with Uber Direct.

The partnership enables Co-op members and customers to order groceries via Co-op’s online shop with delivery locally through Uber Eats’ delivery network. 

The trial with Uber Direct will initially enable an additional 50 Co-op stores to offer quick and convenient online home delivery, as Co-op aims to grow the access and reach of its own online shop to around 1,000 Co-op stores by the end of the year. 

Chris Conway, Co-op’s eCommerce Director, said: “We have ambitious goals for the continued growth of our ecommerce business, and know that our member-owners and customers value the ease and convenience of quick and convenient online home delivery.

“Innovation and effective partnerships are a fundamental part of our approach as we grow the reach of both our own online shop, and our work with strategic partners – offering our member-owners and customers in more communities an extensive range of groceries on-demand from Co-op’s stores locally.” 

Caroline Varga, Head of Uber Direct, added: “Our shared focus on speed, reliability and convenience supports Co-op’s growth ambitions to offer food and drink on-demand from more of its stores via Co-op’s own website or app.” 

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