Starbucks steps up delivery push with 400-store agreement

Starbucks Deliveroo partnership

More than 400 Starbucks stores have gone live with Deliveroo from today, signalling the coffee chain’s ambitions to drive deeper into delivery.  

The partnership will allow Deliveroo customers to order Starbucks coffee and beverages, as well as a range of menu items including sandwiches and wraps, in under 30 minutes.

The partnership includes sites in large cities such as Birmingham, London and Manchester, and will be extended to more sites later this month.

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Alex Rayner, general manager at Starbucks UK, said: “At Starbucks, we are proud to offer our customers an unrivalled experience, however they choose to enjoy their coffee. We are always looking at ways to meet the needs of those who are unable to visit us in-store, and by expanding our Starbucks Delivers service by partnering with Deliveroo we can ensure that many more customers can connect with us in ways that best suit their needs and lifestyles.”

Starbucks has developed unique packaging and beverage solutions to ensure that both hot and cold menu items are delivered with the same quality as customers can expect to find in stores.

As with the majority of core menu items and customisations available, customers will be able to tailor their orders to their unique tastes.

Carlo Mocci, chief business officer at Deliveroo, said: “We are extremely proud that the iconic coffeehouse Starbucks has chosen to launch on Deliveroo. This exciting partnership means that millions of Deliveroo customers can now enjoy Starbucks premier specialty coffee, beverages and food, delivered to their door in under 30 minutes.”

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