Online grocery platform Instacart has announced a partnership with supermarket retailer Meijer to deliver groceries to customers across the US.
Founded in 1934, Meijer is a family-owned chain with stores throughout the Midwest. In 1962, Meijer was the first retailer to launch the “supermarket” or “superstore” in the US.
Nilam Ganenthiran, president of Instacart said: “Instacart’s mission is to give customers access to the food they love and more time to enjoy it together. In 2020, this commitment has taken on an entirely new meaning as we continue to serve as an essential, same-day delivery service for millions of people across North America. Customers rely on Instacart to get the groceries and goods they need from the retailers they love, and today we’re proud to welcome Meijer to our marketplace so they can further connect with their customers online”.
Instacart partners with more than 500 local, regional and national retailers, and delivers from nearly 40,000 store locations across the US and Canada.
Source: Meijer (via Cision NewsWire)