DoorDash and Loblaw have partnered to offer PC Rapid Express Delivery with an estimated delivery time of 30 minutes or less.

DoorDash and Loblaw are collaborating to bring a new grocery delivery service to customers across Canada.

Starting in August, PC Express Quick Delivery will make grocery and convenience items available to customers within an expected express delivery time of 30 minutes or less.

“Customers expect the best online grocery experience from us, whether they choose curbside pickup or delivery to their door,” said Lauren Steinberg, senior vice president of Loblaw Digital. “Collaborating with DoorDash on expedited delivery services allows us to enhance our already existing PC Express offering by adding 30 minutes or less delivery to meet growing customer interest in on-demand delivery options.”

Launching in major cities across the country, including Vancouver, the Greater Toronto Area, Calgary and Kitchener, the fast express delivery offering will include groceries and convenience items provided by Loblaw.

“Our goal is to bring convenience to customers in Canada, with the selection and speed they want,” said Shilpa Arora, general manager, DoorDash Canada. “Through this collaboration with Loblaw, we are addressing consumers’ need to ‘get it now’, in addition to our existing Marketplace and Drive channels, and enhancing the value we deliver to consumers and our partners.”

Customers can purchase groceries and convenience items to be delivered by fast express delivery by visiting the DoorDash Marketplace app and selecting PC Express Rapid Delivery or through

Additionally, starting this month, customers can order on the DoorDash Marketplace app at their favorite Loblaw retail stores, including Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore, Atlantic Superstore, Provigo, Maxi, Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix.

DoorDash will also provide same-day delivery of grocery and convenience products from all Loblaw banner stores to the company’s website via DoorDash Drive, DoorDash’s fulfillment platform that enables direct delivery to customers. for any business.


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