One Stop has become the latest retailer to partner with Deliveroo, rolling its delivery service out to more than 200 stores.
The convenience store giant, which has been a subsidiary of Tesco since 2003 and boasts of 900 stores across the UK, began trialing the tie-up with Deliveroo in August across a small number of stores.
It is now offering a range of 400 items for delivery in as little as 20 minutes from stores in Leamington Spa, Sussex, Berkshire and Middlesbrough via Deliveroo’s app.
“Our on-demand partnerships have proven vital for so many people during this difficult period and this new partnership reflects the growing customer demand for groceries and convenience items,” Deliveroo’s vice president of new business Ajay Lakhwani said.
“We are excited that our customers can now enjoy One Stop’s great products.”
Deliveroo has seen a huge influx of retail clients turn to its rapid delivery services throughout 2020 as they seek to rapidly expand their online options for customers stuck at home.
Sixteen major UK retailers including Aldi, Co-op, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s have all launched and subsequently extended partnerships with Deliveroo this year as demand for online grocery continues to skyrocket.