Just Eat enters British supermarkets Just Eat enters British supermarkets | RetailDetail

Just Eat enters British supermarkets

Just Eat enters British supermarkets

Meal delivery service Just Eat is to start working with British supermarket chain Morrisons: customers will soon be able to pick up Just Eat food at their local supermarket.

Beneficial to Just Eat and Morrisons

The very first type of store will be a Bombay Bites Express in Bradford, but Just Eat banks on three different experiences: in-store dining, meal orders during grocery shopping or a home delivery request through Just Eat.

 

It is not the first time Morrisons has attempted to innovate through partners: it previously collaborated with Amazon to launch a one-hour delivery service in London and Hertfordshire and this new pact with Just Eat forms an exclusive for the British supermarket industry, namely to offer take away food options.

 

Just Eat itself, active in thirteen countries, attempts to expand on its British market leader position after it acquired Takeaway.com’s British activities in exchange for its own Dutch division and after also acquiring Delivery Hero’s British share recently.

Questions or comments? Please feel free to contact the editors


Gerelateerde items

Ahold Delhaize launches digital lab in the United States

22/05/2018

Ahold Delhaize’s American division will found a new company focused on digital innovation: Peapod Digital Labs will become a lab for new digital, eCommerce and personalization strategies. 

Carrefour forced to shut down hundreds of Dia stores

22/05/2018

Carrefour has not found a buyer for hundreds of its former Dia stores in France yet. That may force nearly 230 stores to shut down.

Carrefour and Tencent launch high-tech store in Shanghai

22/05/2018

The recently launched ‘Le Marché’ store formula, a first collaboration between Carrefour and Tencent, allows customers to pay with face recognition at unmanned checkouts.

Hoegaarden moves part of production to Vietnam and China

18/05/2018

Hoegaarden experiences strong growth in Asia, but is losing ground in Europe. That is why AB InBev will move part of the production to China and Vietnam: the brewery in Hoegaarden will lower cut its production days by 2 a week.

Holland & Barrett wants vegan stores

17/05/2018

British health chain Holland & Barrett (previously known in the Benelux as Essenza) plans to open completely vegan stores, a trend the chain needs to follow according to CEO Peter Aldis.

Nestlé on a diet: cuts back sugar, fat and salt levels

17/05/2018

Nestlé wants to lower its sugar, salt and fat levels to play into the global demand for healthier food.