Wawa recently announced that it was adding Uber Eats as a delivery option for select stores in Pennsylvania, Florida and Washington, D.C

"We are delighted to add Uber Eats delivery service to our offering at these eight locations, making ordering Wawa products faster, easier and more accessible than ever,” says Steve Hackett, delivery
project manager for Wawa. “Since we began piloting delivery service last fall, feedback from customers on this added convenience has been extremely positive. We’re thrilled to reach even more customers in our marketplace through our partnership with Uber Eats, a technology our customers are already using. It’s exciting to get even closer to our goal of offering delivery to one-quarter of our stores by year’s end.”

Wawa began delivery service near the end of 2017 with a partnership with Grubhub. That service, along with Uber Eats, covers most of Wawa's foodservice products, as well as a limited number of beverages, chips, candy and desserts.

The company says delivery has been most popular on weekends and during the dinner daypart. Popular items include macaroni and cheese, hoagies, soups and sides.