Zapp, the 24/7 premium convenience delivery app, has announced a new partnership with food delivery platform Deliveroo, allowing customers across central London to shop Zapp’s catalogue directly via Deliveroo.
Customers using Deliveroo will now be able to order from Zapp’s curated catalogue of over 2,500 products, including fine wines and Champagne, well-known organic farm producer Daylesford, premium snacks such as Torres, and luxury gifts from OnlyRoses, beauty products from Bamford and many others.
Each order will be picked and packed from the nearest ‘Zappstore’ for delivery by Deliveroo’s network of riders within minutes, until the early hours of the morning.
Ajay Lakhwani, chief commercial officer at Zapp, said: “By joining forces with Deliveroo, we can delight even more Londoners with our carefully curated premium catalogue. Whether it’s hosting a spontaneous dinner party, craving late night snacks, getting early morning essentials or even buying a last minute Christmas gift, customers can order Zapp on Deliveroo for delivery in minutes, night and day.”
This partnership follows the recent announcement of Zapp’s last minute premium Christmas gift store. The new store, available via Deliveroo, features a hand-curated collection of premium gifts, including the often sold-out Fortnum & Mason Christmas hampers. Zapp is also the go-to for Christmas dinner essentials as customers can order pigs in blankets, gravy, brussel sprouts, Yorkshire puddings and much more for delivery within minutes, even on Christmas Day.
The partnership expands the on-demand convenience and premium selections available via Deliveroo while enabling Zapp to expand its reach.
Georgie Williams, director of grocery, UK&I, Deliveroo, added: “The launch of Zapp on Deliveroo means we can offer an even wider choice and selection to customers across central London. Households from Battersea to St John’s Wood now have the freedom to throw last-minute festive parties with everything from champagne to Christmas gifts delivered to their doorsteps in minutes.”