Aldi has expanded its wildly popular tie-up with Deliveroo to offer on-demand grocery delivery to over 1.5 million shoppers.
The discounter has once again ramped up the scope of its Deliveroo partnership in Ireland, allowing shoppers from the whole of Dublin, Cork City, Galway City and Limerick to access home delivery this Christmas.
It comes just a month after Aldi announced it was more than doubling the number of items available through the service in Ireland, taking the number from 140 to 330.
Days later Aldi announced a similar expansion to its Deliveroo tie-up across the UK, suggesting that changes to its Irish operations could act as a precursor to similar expansions across the Irish Sea.
Deliveroo now offers 30-minute delivery on over 400 Aldi items from 42 stores in the UK, seeing it more than double both the number of participating stores and the number of items available for delivery since last month.
“1.5 million Irish shoppers can now benefit from our Deliveroo partnership, having our amazing quality groceries delivered directly to their door in as little as 30 minutes,” Aldi’s managing director Niall O’Connor said.
“This is vital when more people, in particular older vulnerable people, are at home and isolating. This is an exciting new venture for Aldi, and we look forward to continuing to expand our offering into the future.”