How it would be convenient if your weekly groceries come to your doorstep? That day is not far you select grocery item online and they come to your house. Thanks to growing crowd delivery network, that going to make it happen very soon. These days apps like Uber Eats delivering foods from various Restaurants, Macs and Hungry Jacks; soon they will start the same for groceries too.
Prominent crowd delivery app Uber Eats started its tie with retail chain Coles from 28 January to deliver ready-to-eat meals. Started as an experiment people from Pagewood, the southern Sydney suburb can order ready-to-eat meals such as chicken, deli salads, bakery items, and frozen desserts as well as ready-to-heat meals including pizzas, curries, and pies from Coles online and get delivery by Uber-Eats on their doorstep.
Make food delivery affordable and convenient for daily meals are on top strategic priorities for Uber Eats and we are extremely excited to work with Coles, Jodie Auster, Regional General Manager for Uber Eats in Australia and New Zealand, said in a statement to announce this Coles’ meal delivery by Uber Eats as a trial. Initially, the delivery option is available from Pagewood Coles with $5 per order during 10 am and 8 pm hours.