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DoorDash Adds Eight Grocery Stores As Partners


Eight grocery stores from across the nation – including Lowe’s Markets, Pruett’s Food, Stater Bros. Markets and Strack & Van Til – are among Door Dash’s new partners.

“We’ve made significant progress in investing in long-term partnerships with grocers of all sizes, all while remaining focused on improving quality and execution,” said Fuad Hannon, VP of new verticals at DoorDash. 

“[These grocers] recognize DoorDash as a source of incremental growth, accelerating what we believe to be the fastest-growing platform for grocery in North America.

“We strive to be the rising tide that lifts all boats – driving growth for retailers while helping consumers stock up on groceries whenever and however is best for them.”

The new grocery partners are:

  • Cub – With the addition of Cub, consumers can get on-demand delivery from 79 grocery locations throughout Minnesota. Also added to the platform are 31 Cub Wine & Spirits and Cub Liquor locations that offer a selection of spirits, wine, beer, seltzers and ready-to-drink cocktails.
  • Eataly – Founded in 2007, Eataly is a large Italian retail and dining experience whose “eat, shop and learn” model gives customers the opportunity to explore restaurants, cafes and more than 10,000 artisan-made products. With the ability to order on-demand grocery delivery from seven Eataly stores, including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley and New York City locations, consumers can create an authentic Italian meal at home.
  • El Super – Customers can take advantage of on-demand grocery delivery from 65 locations across California, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona and Texas.
  • Fiesta Mart – In Texas, shoppers can order from 59 Fiesta Mart store locations in Houston, Dallas and Austin. Known for its variety of international products, Fiesta Mart focuses on its perishable departments.
  • Lowe’s Markets – From its first store in Olton Texas, Lowe’s Markets has grown to more than 140 neighborhood stores. Consumers can experience on-demand delivery from locations throughout Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Kansas.
  • Pruett’s Food – Ten locations in Oklahoma and Arkansas will soon be live for on-demand grocery delivery on the DoorDash Marketplace.
  • Stater Bros. Markets – Consumers can shop and get on-demand grocery delivery from nearly 170 Stater Bros. stores throughout Southern California.
  • Strack & Van Til With DoorDash, consumers soon can access on-demand delivery from 22 locations throughout Northwest Indiana and Illinois.

All new partners will be available on DashPass, DoorDash’s membership program that offers members $0 delivery fees on eligible orders of $35 or more.

The new grocery partnerships come on the heels of the launch of DoorDash’s newly-redesigned consumer app, which makes shopping and discovering new options more convenient and personalized. The redesigned app includes a specific grocery tab.

The grocery partnerships add to the more than 100,000 non-restaurant stores on DoorDash’s Marketplace and Drive platforms across North America. Now, more than 99 percent of DoorDash’s U.S. consumers have access to a convenience and grocery retailer.

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