Asda expands Uber Eats partnership with ‘bundles’

Uber Eats has announced the expansion of its grocery delivery partnership with Asda, which will see an additional 88 stores on the app across the UK.

With the expansion, the Big 4 grocer now offers deliveries in 30 minutes through the delivery app across a total of 405 locations in the UK

The supermarket will also offer handy bundles, making ordering easier for those items which are regularly order together such as “vegan stock up”, “breakfast fry up” and “build a sandwich bundles”.

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Currently, Uber Eats users can order over 1,800 Asda products on the app from seasonal items to everyday essentials.

“We’re seeing an increasing number of customers shopping tonight as well as tomorrow through the wide range of delivery options now available,” Asda senior vice president of ecommerce Simon Gregg said.

“Our partnership with Uber Eats means we’re able to offer rapid delivery in nearly 100 new locations, saving even more of our customers an extra trip.”

Uber Eats UK head of grocery and new verticals Alex Troughton added: “Uber Eats customers have embraced grocery delivery and we’re thrilled to be expanding our offering with Asda to 405 locations across the UK.”

“It’s brilliant to see one of the UK’s biggest supermarkets invest in delivery innovation through their new in-app bundles.”

The news comes as Asda chairman Lord Rose warned that the government’s consultation to revert to imperial units to honour the the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee was “complete and utter nonsense”.

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