Sainsbury’s is to offer rapid delivery with Just Eat from 175 stores as part of a new deal with the food delivery app.

The retailer is to add Just Eat to its roster of rapid grocery delivery options in a new deal that will see groceries delivered within half an hour from 175 stores. 

The partnership will launch from stores in London, Edinburgh and Bristol at the end of February, offering rapid delivery of over 3,000 items. Sainsbury’s already has partnerships with Deliveroo and Uber Eats and offers super-fast delivery from its own in-house service, Chop Chop. 

Siobhan McMullan-Finnegan-Dehn, director of ecommerce at Sainsbury’s, said: “Just Eat will offer another fast and convenient way for customers to get Sainsbury’s groceries delivered to their door. We are always on the lookout for more ways to make our customers’ lives easier and we look forward to working with Just Eat.”

Just Eat director of strategic accounts Amy Heather said grocery was “going from strength to strength and continues to be an area of significant focus”.

Just Eat currently has supermarket partnerships with Asda and the Co-op.

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