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M&S food delivered within 30 minutes via Deliveroo app

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24/03/2020
Deliveroo has partnered with BP and Marks & Spencer to supply households with everyday essentials during the coronavirus pandemic.

Customers will be able to order a range of M&S food via the Deliveroo app in a bid to help those isolated at home. The delivery service will be free and products can be delivered within 30 minutes.

It will be run through 120 M&S franchise stores located at BP petrol stations and will include around 60 products, such as milk, bread and juices, as well as pizza and ready-made meals.

The popular delivery service has also launched a new range of ‘Essentials by Deliveroo’, including tinned goods, pasta and household items such as cereal, rice, sweets and biscuits.

It has been operating in Cambridge since last week and will be rolled-out across Reading, Brighton, Nottingham, Manchester, Leeds and London over the next two weeks.

These schemes build on a partnership already operating between Deliveroo and Co-op. Around 400 Co-op stores feature on Deliveroo across the UK, meaning families at home can access household items seven days a week in under 30 minutes.

Will Shu, founder and CEO of Deliveroo, said: “At Deliveroo, we want to do everything possible to help people get the food they want and need during this worrying period. We hope we can play a role in supporting people who have to isolate to get the food they need whether that’s household items or restaurant food.”

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