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The Save Mart Companies, Uber Eats Partner For Grocery Delivery

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Uber Technologies Inc. has partnered with Modesto, California-based The Save Mart Companies to bring Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx locations to the Uber Eats app for on-demand and scheduled delivery.

More than 190 stores in The Save Mart Companies are available to shop through Uber and Uber Eats. With this new partnership, customers will be able to place orders from Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx’s selection of produce and household items. As always, Uber One members benefit from $0 delivery fee and 5 percent off on Save Mart orders of $35 or more.

“We are thrilled to expand access and availability of our fresh quality offerings, local favorites, groceries and everyday essentials with Uber’s popular and successful platform, meeting the needs and choices of our customers,” said Tamara Pattison, SVP, chief digital officer at The Save Mart Companies.

“We continue our customer-centric approach by providing solutions for busy people and families who are always seeking convenience and quality coupled with affordability.”

Since launching in July 2020, Uber has seen consistent growth in the U.S. for its grocery category through partnerships including the Albertsons Companies, Meijer, Kroger, SpartanNash, Hy-Vee and more regional and national favorites.

In the U.S. and around the world, Uber has moved beyond prepared food to offer grocery, convenience, alcohol and retail selection in more than 30 countries. Globally, more than 137 million people use the Uber platform each month.

“Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx stores have been reliably serving residents in California and Nevada for decades, and from one California-based company to another, we’re proud to partner with such a beloved regional favorite,” said Christian Freese, Uber’s head of grocery and new verticals across the U.S. and Canada

“We look forward to a strong partnership in service of our shared communities in California and beyond.”

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