The partnership, which was initially trialled in 10 stores this year, allows customers to have their groceries delivered straight to their front door.
As a result of the successful trial, a further 20 more stores will now start to offer delivery via Just Eat. These stores include Stafford, Kettering, Coalville, Hucknall, Dudley and Littleover.
Other stores include Derby, Leicester, Wingston, Lichfield and Lowestoft.
Customers ordering via Just Eat have access to over 2,000 products including everyday groceries, drinks and snacks.
“We’re excited to be extending our partnership with Just Eat to give our customers and members in even more locations an easy way to get their groceries delivered to their door in quick time,” Central England Co-op head of stores Claire Koziol said.
“We are committed to making it as easy as possible for our customers to shop with us and this partnership gives us the opportunity to not only provide another option for our communities but also work with a recognised and respected brand in home delivery.”
The extended partnership comes as demand for on-demand grocery deliveries is on the rise in the UK and follows Just Eat’s global commitment to expanding and building on its extensive existing delivery network, including through convenience grocery operations.
Just Eat managing director Andrew Kenny added: “We’re excited to further expand Just Eat’s grocery offering.
“With over 60,000 restaurant and grocery partners on the Just Eat platform and an extensive delivery reach across 97% of all UK postcodes, this partnership with Central England Co-op marks the next stage in Just Eat’s commitment to delivering the best service and range of options for our customers.”