Midwestern retail giant Meijer has never been shy about innovating, and its latest e-commerce initiative is no exception.
Meijer is partnering with ride-share pioneer Uber on an on-demand and scheduled grocery delivery to customers across the Midwest, solidifying Uber Eats’ national expansion of grocery selection for consumers across Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Nearly 250 Meijer locations can shop through Uber and Uber Eats. Uber One members benefit from $0 Delivery Fees and 5% off on Meijer orders of $35 or more. Over the holiday season, all consumers received $10 off their first $40+ Meijer order from Uber Eats.
“Meijer is known for freshness—fresh food, fresh thinking and a focus on innovation makes them a natural partner for Uber,” said Christian Freese, Uber’s head of grocery and new verticals in the US and Canada. “We’re thrilled to be bringing their fresh selection to Uber and Uber Eats across much of the country, and to be working together to deliver must-have groceries to America’s doorsteps, just in time for the holidays.”
Since launching in July 2020, Uber has seen consistent growth in the U.S. for its grocery category through grocery partnerships including Meijer, Albertsons Companies, SpartanNash, Grocery Outlet and more regional and national favorites.