Carrefour and Uber Eats together sell an exclusive choice of over 12,000 grocery and hypermarket products.
The service is currently available in six French cities (Paris, Lyon, Lille, Bordeaux, Toulouse, and Orléans) and will be expanded to Marseille, Nantes, and Nice in the second quarter of this year. It will be available in 20 of France’s greatest towns and cities by the end of 2023.
Customers who have the Uber Eats app will be able to do a full shop. They will have access to a large range of products as well as the flexibility they have grown accustomed to. The majority of house deliveries will be conducted by cargo e-bikes, which can carry larger shopping orders.
This new service will complement the existing relationship between Carrefour and Uber, which already provides numerous sorts of services:
An quick delivery service that delivers 6000 products from 1200 Carrefour stores in under 30 minutes to addresses in over 200 French towns and cities.
Carrefour Sprint, a Quick Commerce delivery service with over 2000 products accessible in over a dozen major cities, guarantees delivery to your door in under 15 minutes.
With a launch in Lille, Carrefour is the first company to integrate support for its loyalty card to the Uber Eats programme.
Carrefour loyalty card and Carrefour Pass card holders can now use their cards with the Uber Eats app to receive a variety of benefits when shopping at Carrefour. This allows them to accrue euros on their Carrefour loyalty card for a variety of things.
This new feature, which is now being tested in Carrefour City stores in Lille that have signed up for Uber Eats, will be extended out across the country in the near future.
Carrefour Eats are still breaking new territory together. This time, they’re adding a “full shop” service to the top-up shopping service they launched in 2020 and the emergency purchase service they launched in 2021,
both of which are available across the entire country thanks to the sheer density of our multi-format store network. Additionally, integrating our Carrefour reward programme with the Uber Eats app will strengthen our omni-channel approach for our customers.
They will be able to enjoy all of their Carrefour benefits, regardless of how they wish to pay for their purchases, according to Sabrina Lantoine, Head of E-Commerce Partnerships for the Carrefour Group.
We are excited to deepen our strategic cooperation with Carrefour and to continue to make shopping delivery easier by offering the most products on an app like ours. Customers can expect dependable, quick, and low-cost delivery…
They may now enjoy the finest customer experience with the addition of the loyalty card, according to Chloé Baruchel, General Manager, Grocery & New Verticals, Uber Eats France.
The collaboration between Carrefour Eats began in April 2020 and has since evolved. The two organisations have just added a new string to their bow in order to provide their clients with the finest possible home delivery purchasing experience.
Carrefor is a French multinational retail corporation, founded in 1958 by Marcel Fournier, Denis Defforey, and Jacques Defforey. It is one of the largest retail chains in the world, with a presence in over 30 countries across Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. The company operates a variety of store formats, including hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience stores, and cash & carry outlets.
Carrefor offers a wide range of products and services, such as groceries, fresh produce, clothing, electronics, and household items. The company is also known for its private label products, which are typically more affordable than branded alternatives.
In addition to its physical stores, Carrefour has embraced e-commerce, allowing customers to shop online and have their purchases delivered to their homes or pick them up at designated locations. The company has also invested in digital technologies and innovative retail solutions to enhance the shopping experience and improve operational efficiency.