Co-op and Just Eat partnership nears milestone as retailer eyes market-share grab

Just Eat courier wearing branded clothing and helmet and pushing bike

C-store specialist the Co-op has unveiled plans to expand its delivery trial with Just Eat to 1,000 stores as it eyes up 30% of the UK’s online convenience market. 

The Co-op estimated that more than 80% of the UK population will be able to access its groceries online by the end of 2023 through a mixture of third-party partnerships and its own website. 

It has been a rapid expansion for the tie-up between the grocer and Just Eat, which was only announced on a trial basis in December 2022. 

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