Morrisons and Pret step up Amazon presence during coronavirus


Morrisons and Pret are leveraging partnerships with Amazon as they step up their respective responses to the coronavirus pandemic.

Big-four supermarket chain Morrisons is expanding its same-day online grocery delivery service to Amazon Prime members, covering most of London and more major cities across the UK including Edinburgh, Cardiff and Bristol.

Morrisons said 40 of its stores will now be fulfilling same-day deliveries through Prime Now.

The grocer’s chief executive David Potts said: “Expanding this fast home-delivery service to more cities will help us to play our full part in feeding the nation. Through our conveniently located stores and the popular Amazon Prime Now service, more and more customers will be able to access deliveries to their doorstep at this very difficult time.”

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