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Waitrose joins forces with Uber Eats for rapid delivery

Waitrose has formed a partnership with the food delivery service Uber Eats, the two businesses announced on Tuesday (11 July).

Both businesses made the announcement on Tuesday that they had entered into a cooperation with one another. Waitrose and the food delivery service Uber Eats will now work together. Because of the cooperation, Waitrose would be able to fulfil the requests of their clients for groceries and deliver them to their homes in as little as twenty minutes.


Waitrose, a subsidiary of the employee-owned John Lewis agreement, made the announcement that the "multi-year" arrangement with Uber Eats had begun in five London stores and will grow to over 200 locations by the time August comes to a close. Waitrose is the name of the company that owns the Waitrose brand.


Waitrose noted that the partnership boosts both its existing commercial connection with Deliveroo and its own online purchasing operation. Deliveroo is an online food delivery service.


A number of grocery stores in the United Kingdom, including Sainsbury's, Asda, Morrisons, the Co-op, and Iceland, have already formed partnerships with Uber Eats.


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