Carrefour extends its partnership with Uber Eats in France and Belgium

Maxime Delacour
Senior Retail Analyst
@RetailAnalysis

Date : 27 July 2020

Carrefour and Uber Eats announced they will roll out their partnership nationwide in France and extend it to Belgium from September.

Nationwide rollout in France…

The service, which was launched in April 2020 offers delivery within 30 minutes. It was initially available in 15 stores, although it is now available at 330 stores in Paris and the surrounding region. Following the success, it will now be rolled out nationwide.

It includes a selection of 250 grocery products, which will double to 500 products as of the end of August.

…With an exclusive partnership outside of Paris

The partnership will be exclusive outside of Paris and its region where Carrefour and Uber Eats will be able to partner with other companies.

Source: Carrefour France

 

Partnership to launch in Belgium, including meal solutions

From September the service will be launched in Belgium, in Brussels and Liège. In addition to grocery products, in-store prepared meal solutions will also be available. According to Carrefour this will “contribute to ease the access to ready to eat solutions delivered at home, thanks to a varied, healthy and indulgent products’ offer”.

Uber Eats already operates in Belgium, while other popular delivery providers include Takeaway.com and Deliveroo. McDonald’s remains the most popular app by download in the country.

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