Gopuff and Starbucks Team Up to Deliver Coffee and Snacks in Minutes

Gopuff and Starbucks Team Up to Deliver Coffee and Snacks in Minutes

Philadelphia-based on-demand delivery service, Gopuff, has rolled out an exciting pilot program for Philadelphians, allowing them to order their beloved Starbucks beverages and food items for quick delivery. This new collaboration aims to provide customers with hassle-free access to Starbucks’ extensive menu without the need to wait in line or endure the drive-thru.

Starting today, residents of select Philadelphia neighborhoods including Old City, Northern Liberties, Fairmount, University City, and Center City can order Starbucks autumn classics like the Pumpkin Spice Latte and Iced Pumpkin Cream Chai Tea Latte. These delightful treats will be delivered to their doorstep within approximately 30 minutes.

Gopuff, known for its swift delivery services, disclosed that a significant portion of its customers, approximately 75%, enjoy coffee, with nearly half indulging in one or more coffee beverages daily. Starbucks’ ready-to-drink products have consistently been popular among Gopuff customers and frequently rank as top coffee items purchased through the platform.

The mechanics behind this partnership involve Gopuff’s in-house baristas preparing Starbucks orders within two of their Philadelphia micro-fulfillment centers. Once assembled, the orders are swiftly dispatched to customers’ doors, alongside any other items selected from the micro-fulfillment center.

Gopuff is enthusiastic about its collaboration with Starbucks, as it aims to enhance convenience and accessibility for its customers. With this innovative program, Gopuff is not only set to elevate its users’ experience but also contribute to the support of local businesses, reinforcing its commitment to the community.

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