Just Eat launches One Stop partnership

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Just Eat continued its expansion into the growing grocery delivery market after teaming up with corner shop chain One Stop.

Up to 500 essential items such as bread, milk and snacks are available to order through the Just Eat’s app.

Around 40 One-stop stores in the UK will offer the service initially with potential for wider expansion of up to 500 stores.

The food delivery giant has continued to strengthen its position in the grocery delivery sector after a rapid increase in convenience stores orders, a result of the pandemic and Covid-19 self-isolation measures.

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The news comes after Just Eat confirmed its partnership with Big 4 grocer Asda last week, ramping up the competition in the rapid grocery delivery space.

Deliveroo and UberEats already have fast delivery deals with some of the UK’s biggest supermarkets.

“One Stop is a much-loved British convenience store at the heart of many local communities, making it a perfect partner,” Just Eat’s UK managing director Andrew Kenny said.

“We’re always striving to offer our customers more choice, convenience and the very best service. This partnership enables us to do just that.”

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