Nisa has announced its retailers trading on the Deliveroo app passed through the £100,000 barrier last week.
The convenience retailer attributed the increase in sales to the fine weather and the final stages of the European football championship.
“We are working hard to support our partners and ensure they are future focused,” Nisa lead for delivered services James Taylor said.
“The pandemic saw a huge increase in demand for delivered goods from convenience stores and at Nisa we now work with a number of delivered service companies in providing a range of solutions that best suits them and their individual store needs.”
“When Nisa partners sign up to Deliveroo via Nisa they are supported with every step of the onboarding process, making it very simple for them to set up and start using the app.”
There are currently over 90 Nisa partners on the delivery app.
Earlier this year, Nisa signed a partnership agreement with shopping app Jisp, to offer its home delivery, click & collect and scan & go services to almost 4000 stores nationwide.
The convenience store retailer will also be integrating with isp’s EPOS system to provide retailers with up-to-date products, promotions, prices and stock levels for aligned sales through the app as well as in-store.
According to the delivery app, Nisa stores will also benefit from free access to Jisp’s Social Media Hub for bespoke assets, as well as hands-on marketing support through local store marketing managers, and increased exposure on a local level through its brand ambassador programme.