Just Eat Takeaway.com partners with LUSH to deliver fresh handmade cosmetics to consumers

Just Eat Takeaway.com partners with Lush to deliver fresh handmade cosmetics to consumers

Just Eat Takeaway.com has announced a global partnership with Lush, the pioneer in fresh handmade cosmetics, to offer customers a delightful shopping experience. The collaboration will kick off in Germany, where the first Lush stores will be accessible through the Lieferando website and app. The initiative aims to cater to beauty enthusiasts by delivering Lush’s diverse range of fresh beauty and cosmetics products, including the ever-popular fizzing bath bombs, body lotions, and solid shampoo bars, straight to their doorsteps.

Sergio Mastrodonato, Lush Global Account Manager, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We are thrilled to announce the kickoff of our exciting partnership with Just Eat Takeaway.com in Germany, bringing fresh handmade Lush products directly to our customer’s doors. This partnership is just the beginning, as we anticipate exploring further expansion opportunities in the future to offer another great shopping experience and connect with Lush enthusiasts.”

With Lieferando’s dedicated couriers handling the deliveries, customers can expect a seamless experience. It’s worth noting that these couriers in Germany are employed, insured, and provided with holiday pay and relevant training, ensuring the highest level of service.

Just Eat Takeaway.com remains dedicated to delivering an array of choices to its consumers when ordering online. Partnering with Lush marks a significant step in unlocking the potential of non-food categories and tapping into new delivery possibilities.

In recent times, Just Eat Takeaway.com has expanded its core restaurant offerings by collaborating with grocery partners and introducing non-food products, providing millions of customers with everyday convenience. The platform has joined hands with well-known brands such as Albert Heijn, Spar, MediaMarkt, Luda Partners, and Walmart.

As the partnership with Lush commences, customers can look forward to more exciting collaborations and enhanced shopping experiences in the future. Just Eat Takeaway.com remains committed to serving its global audience with top-notch services and diverse options for all their needs.

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