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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.

Speaking with the The Irish Times, James McCarthy, co-founder and chief commercial officer, Flipdish, said the company had also developed a website for the project.

Delivery Fee

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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