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Asda beefs up grocery delivery service as online sales double

Retailer to increase capacity by 40% as it extends partnership with courier Uber Eats Asda is to expand its grocery delivery capacity by 40% and extend a partnership with takeaway courier group Uber Eats after a surge in demand for home shopping during the coronavirus pandemic. The retailer, which is owned by US group Walmart, said it was aiming to make 1m deliveries a week by the end of next year, up from 700,000 at present after online sales doubled in the three months to the end of July. Its delivery trial with Uber Eats, which kicked off in two outlets last month, will be extended to 25 more stores over the next eight weeks. Continue reading...

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