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DoorDash Expands Into New Retail Markets

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DoorDash has announced several new retail partners on its platform spanning multiple categories including grocery, convenience and home goods. 

The company said in a press release, “Over the last few years, we have accelerated our growth beyond restaurants, introducing on-demand grocery, convenience store and alcohol delivery on the DoorDash app with partners including Albertsons Companies, Walgreens, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Dollar General, and Wawa, creating more opportunities for retailers of all sizes to expand their digital offerings and reach consumers online. Today, there are more than 75,000 non-restaurant retail stores on the DoorDash platform across North America.”

It has expanded into multiple categories, including these supermarkets:

  • Sprouts Farmers Market – Beginning in October, consumers will be able to shop from more than 375 Sprouts Farmers Market stores on the DoorDash marketplace. Consumers will be able to order anything from fresh produce to organic and natural food and snacks, for delivery to their doorstep. 
  • Giant Eagle – DoorDash is partnering with Giant Eagle, a regional food retailer, on the company’s marketplace, beginning with stores in Columbus, Ohio. 
  • Weis Markets – DoorDash is expanding its partnership with Weis Markets – a mid-Atlantic grocer – on DoorDash Drive. It will be powering delivery for its first party channel in addition to DoorDash marketplace. 
  • The Raley’s Companies – Earlier this month, DoorDash announced a partnership with The Raley’s Companies, which includes stores within the Raley’s and Bashas’ division, to offer on-demand grocery delivery from more than 213 locations spanning multiple cities across Northern California, Nevada and Arizona. 

According to the DoorDash Economic Impact Report, 89 percent of consumers surveyed said that convenience and ease of use were important or very important reasons they use the app and website.

“DoorDash’s mission is to be the one-stop shop for all local commerce needs for consumers, and that starts with bringing every business on Main Street online. Our goal is to level the playing field for retailers while helping consumers get the best of their neighborhood delivered to them instantly. DoorDash is hyper-focused on selection, and we’re excited about the progress we’ve made towards connecting every grocery, convenience, and retail store to every local consumer,” said Shanna Prevé, VP of business development.

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