Just Eat partners with Nisa to provide further online delivery opportunities

Just Eat partners with Nisa to provide further online delivery opportunities

Just Eat has partnered with Nisa to launch an on-demand online delivery partnership, increasing access to quick convenience shopping in communities throughout the UK.

Through the tie-up, Nisa shoppers will be able to order items from local Nisa participating stores for speedy delivery in as little as under 30 minutes via the Just Eat app and website. With thousands of products available to choose from, customers can order anything from bread and milk to meals and treats for evenings at home, and store cupboard essentials. Items are picked fresh from local Nisa stores and delivered quickly and conveniently in the community.

Shoppers will also have access to household name brands, offers and promotions and, Co-op’s award-winning, ethically sourced quality own-brand products.

In addition, retailers will be provided with in-store marketing support including shelf talkers, posters and window and door stickers as well as a dedicated telephone support team.

John McNeill, Chief Operating Officer at Nisa, said: “Nisa stores provide a quick and easy retail offering to communities across the UK so to team up with Just Eat to provide another platform for delivery was an obvious decision to make.

“With home delivery now forming a crucial part of many convenience businesses and making up a core part of the customer offer, we wanted to ensure we were providing our retailers with as many options as possible to increase sales opportunities from this avenue.

“The partnership will open up further opportunities for retailers to enhance their offering for shoppers, and we are delighted to start working with Just Eat.”

Amy Heather, Strategic Accounts Director, Just Eat UK, said: “We’re excited to launch our partnership with Nisa to offer convenience grocery from stores across the UK. The partnership further demonstrates our commitment to offering our customers access to a wide range of grocery and convenience options – all delivered to their home within minutes.

“We know that Nisa will be a popular addition to our convenience offering, by providing communities with fast access to a variety of products, from everyday essentials to late night treats”

Darren Briggs, Head of Operations at Nisa retailer Ascona Group, added: “We decided to do a soft launch initially and the sales and volumes achieved with little to no promotion of the Just Eat platform going live was superb. It shows the reach of the Just Eat brand and that there are customers out there looking for this service.”

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