Central England Co-op begins new food delivery service

By Helen Adams
Food retailer Central England Co-op has created an app for customers to arrange home deliveries, in under an hour, to more than 100 shops

Central England Co-op food retail shops have begun offering eco-friendly home deliveries, from store to door, in under one hour, with the Snappy Shopper App. 

The retailer’s partnership with Snappy Shopper allows shoppers to order their Co-op shop and have it delivered to their door within the hour.

From an app, to an electronic vehicle, groceries are selected and packed, then delivered.


Co-op food delivery service includes 5,000 items

Customers ordering through the Snappy Shopper app have access to:

  • Over 5,000 products including groceries, drinks and snacks 
  • Customers can request delivery by the hour, seven days a week

The delivery service is now available from selected stores in the following areas: Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield, Derby and parts of wider Derbyshire, Lichfield, Fradley, Alrewas, Nottingham, Kettering, Stafford, Burton and wider East Staffordshire, Leicester and Leicestershire and parts of Suffolk.


Central England Co-op making shopping more convenient 

“We are delighted to be able to help make shopping as easy and convenient as possible for customers so they can get what they want, when they want it direct to their door or at the click of a button”, said Faye Baseggio, a delivery driver.

All items are priced the same as in store, with an additional £3 delivery charge.



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