SpartanNash and Uber Eats Partner for Delivery

The Michigan-based food solutions company's banner stores and independent grocery partners can now be found on Uber Eats.
Zachary Russell
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SpartanNash Uber Eats

After recently expanding its partnership with Shipt, food solutions company SpartanNash has announced its new partnership with Uber Eats. 

Customers across the Midwest will now be able to order private label products from SpartanNash’s banner stores with on-demand and scheduled delivery. The company recently said it would be looking to launch 1,000 new private label products by 2025.

“SpartanNash’s focus on customer-centric innovation is core to our next stage of growth,” said SpartanNash Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy and Information Officer Masiar Tayebi. “Partnering with Uber is an important marker of this, meeting our shoppers wherever they are – in stores or online. We are proud to expand our reach across the Uber and Uber Eats platform to new customers who are hungry for convenience delivered to their doorstep.”

In time for the holiday season, nearly 100 SpartanNash locations, including Family Fare, Martin’s Super Markets and D&W Fresh Market storefronts, will be available to shop through Uber Eats beginning this week. The company operates 147 supermarkets across the country total. Delivery service will also be available at SpartanNash’s network of 2,100 independent grocery retail customers.

“SpartanNash’s mission is to deliver the ingredients for a better life, and our partnership with Uber enables us to expand our reach within the communities we serve,” said SpartanNash CEO Tony Sarsam. “We will continue to aggressively pursue strategic relationships and investments making the grocery shopping experience more convenient, enjoyable and affordable for the people we serve."