One Stop has become the latest retailer to agree a partnership with Uber Eats.
The new agreement will see more than 500 One Stop stores available on the Uber Eats app by the end of the year, offering household staples such as confectionery, fresh food and alcohol.
More than 100 One Stop stores have already launched on the app in the last month and a further 400 stores will be added by the end of Q4.
Alex Troughton, head of new verticals and grocery at Uber Eats UK, said: “One Stop shops are known for their convenience and play an integral part in many communities. We’re excited to have them on board the Uber Eats app, allowing us to offer our customers an even wider variety of grocery and convenience goods seven days a week.”
Jonny McQuarrie, managing director at One Stop, said: “We are committed to making it as easy as possible for our customers to shop with us. Customers will be able to have great quality products at their doorstep within minutes. We look forward to offering the Uber Eats service to both our existing loyal customers and new customers across the country.”
Uber Eats already has partnerships with several grocery retailers including Sainsbury’s, Iceland and Asda. Tesco announced last week that it was partnering with Uber Eats to expand the rollout of its Whoosh fast delivery service.