Aldi Ireland today announced it has more than doubled the number of products available for home delivery through its partnership with Deliveroo.
Customers can now order more than 330 products through the on-demand delivery service and can have groceries delivered to their door within 30 minutes.
Aldi said that it initially offered around 140 essential items for customers, including bread, milk and fresh produce, through the Deliveroo app.
Niall O’Connor, group managing director Aldi said: “Increasing the number of products available through the app will make it easier for people to get much-needed groceries delivered right to their doors quickly and safely."
Variety Of Everyday Staples
The service was initially available from two Dublin stores in June, but has since expanded to three more counties, namely Cork, Galway and Meath, and nine stores in total following a fantastic customer response.
Customers can now order a wide variety of everyday staple items such as fruit and veg, meat, eggs, rice, pasta and flour as well as essentials including cooking and cleaning products through the app.
According to the discounter, trends show that the top five items purchased through the app are fresh milk, orange juice, bananas, mixed peppers and avocados, with customers focusing predominately on fresh produce and food products.
Since the launch of the partnership with Deliveroo, the average time between placing an order and receiving goods is 30 minutes and customers report satisfaction scores of 96% consistently.
“It is great to see that customer satisfaction with the service is very high, and we look forward to working with Aldi in the future to ensure that people are getting the food they need and want during this difficult time,” said Ajay Lakhwani, vice president of New Business, Deliveroo
The on-demand delivery service, which sees orders picked and packed by Aldi staff for delivery by Deliveroo’s network of delivery riders.
All orders are fulfilled by Deliveroo riders contact-free to ensure safe delivery for customers.
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