Just Eat Takeaway partners with One Stop

Just days after announcing it is working with Asda, UK based Just Eat Takeaway has now announced a partnership with convenience store chain One Stop. Just Eat is to offer a range of convenience items through the Tesco-owned corner shop chain.

Initially, the partnership will involve 500 items from 40 stores across the UK, but there are plans to expand the reach to 500 One Stop stores across the country.

“We’re always striving to offer our customers more choice, convenience and the very best service – this partnership enables us to do just that. One Stop is a much-loved British convenience store at the heart of many local communities, making it a perfect partner for Just Eat. We look forward to helping One Stop shoppers enjoy more of their favourite items, delivered directly to their door,” said Andrew Kenny, Managing Director UK at Just Eat.

Jonny McQuarrie, One Stop Managing Director said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Just Eat and as always, we are committed to making it as easy as possible for our customers to shop with us. 

“Customers will be able to have great quality products at their doorstep within minutes. We look forward to offering the Just Eat service to both our existing loyal customers and new customers across the country.”

Though founded in the UK, Just Eat has been slower to offer quick-commerce products here than in other territories. It works with Shell and 7-Eleven in other countries, and is trialling a dark store model called Skip Express Lane in Canada. Until the Asda partnership – and now One Stop – in the UK, Just Eat was primarily a restaurant delivery business here.

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