Iceland Ireland first grocery retailer to partner With Uber Eats

Over 2,000 products will be available for rapid delivery via the food delivery service

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Iceland has become the first Irish grocery retail brand to partner with Uber Eats delivery in Ireland.

Iceland customers are now able to order their groceries via Uber Eats, with stores in Limerick, Ballyfermot and Talbot Street among the 11 locations launching on the app yesterday (Monday, 13 September). A further eight locations will launch from Monday, 20 September.

Over 2,000 food products, including fresh groceries, vegetables and Iceland’s popular frozen foods including exclusive ranges such as TGI Friday’s, Slimming World, Ed’s Easy Diner and more, will be available for delivery from the supermarket retailer via Uber Eats.

To celebrate the launch of Iceland being the first grocer in Ireland to partner with Uber Eats, customers ordering between Monday, 13 September until Thursday, 30 September will receive free delivery on their first order. The offer provides even more convenience, with orders delivered to doorsteps across the country in less than 30 minutes.

Customers can shop in the same way as they would when ordering from a restaurant via the Uber Eats app. Once confirmed, the order is picked out in-store by Iceland colleagues before being collected and delivered by an Uber Eats courier.

“We are delighted to be the first Irish grocery retailer to partner with Uber Eats, offering our customers all the convenience of a rapid delivery service across over 2,000 of our products,” said Ron Metcalfe, managing director, Iceland Ireland.

The partnership provides shoppers with a convenient, contactless and cash-free option when shopping. 

 

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