Even though stores are reopening, in case you’re not feeling quite comfortable enough to do a big grocery shop, you should know that Uber has your back thanks to its new grocery delivery program.
In a press release, the rideshare app announces its partnership with Cornershop where in select cities, grocery delivery will be available.
“When you place a grocery order through Uber, a Cornershop team member will fulfill your order and deliver it right to your door. And as with other Uber experiences, you’ll be able to track it every step of the way and request a no-contact experience,” reads the release.
As of right now, Uber Grocery is only available in Toronto and Montreal but according to Narcity, the new service will become available in other Canadian cities soon.
Wondering what stores you can expect to order from? CP24 reports that you can choose from Walmart, Metro, Rexall, Costco, Longos, Pet Valu, and Well.ca.
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