Sainsbury’s and Deliveroo have announced an extension of their partnership nationwide.
The move follows a successful trial that saw the Big 4 grocer become available to order via the Deliveroo app.
The expansion includes 22 new stores in London, and the rest spread across the UK in locations such as Aberdeen, Glasgow, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle and York.
In total, Sainsbury’s has announced 100 stores across the UK will be linked with Deliveroo.
The partnership was initially launched in November 2020, operating with 10 stores during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Deliveroo’s on-demand grocery partnerships have proven vital for so many people during the pandemic, allowing families to get the food and household items they need and want quickly,” Deliveroo chief marketplace officer Eric French said.
Sainsbury’s has announced that the delivery service includes over 1000 products from its stores.
“Working with Deliveroo has helped us offer home grocery deliveries to even more customers, bringing them a super-fast service when they need something in a hurry.
“We know how much Sainsbury’s customers value being able to shop for food as quickly and conveniently as possible and we’re delighted to be able to expand this service further,” Sainsbury’s director of eCommerce Nigel Blunt added.