Dunnes Stores Reportedly Planning To Trial A Grocery Delivery Service
Dunnes Stores is reportedly planning to trial a grocery delivery service in collaboration with Flipdish.
The grocery retailer has launched an app – Dunnes Stores Cornelscourt – to allow customers to order food to be delivered from the company’s store in Cabinteely, Dublin 18, reports The Irish Times.
It is understood that the move will allow customers to order a minimum of €20 worth of groceries to be delivered to their home for a €3 delivery fee and that fee will be waived for more expensive orders.
McCarthy said that Dunnes Stores’ new Cornelscourt system went live on Tuesday and has already “been receiving orders.”
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