Grocemania, the company, which offers delivery within as little as an hour, currently works Nisa, Costcutter, Londis, and Spar stores located in BP petrol stations.
The app, which launched in February 2019, is already operational in London, Bristol, Brighton, and has recently launched in Sheffield. It is also aiming to launch in Birmingham in the coming months. There is no minimum spend on orders. The app charges a fixed delivery fee of £4.50 on orders under £10; £2.50 on orders between £10 and £30; and free delivery for orders over £30.
Askar Bulegenov, founder and director of Grocemania, said: “While the UK is beginning to reopen after lockdown, there remains a need for rapid grocery delivery services – particularly among vulnerable people who are either comfortable or unable to venture to the shops.
“Grocemania is answering the call, providing people who live and around Leeds with the convenience of our one-hour grocery delivery service. Residents across the city can get fresh produce delivered to their front door quickly and safely, while simultaneously supporting the independent local retailers listed on the app.
“From small supermarkets and convenience stores through to corner shops and independent grocers, we are making sure that everyone has access to fresh produce, whenever they need to restock their cupboards.”
Earlier this year, Grocemania secured £173,000 in its latest funding round.