Central England Co-op expands Snappy Shopper partnership

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Following a successful trial in 15 stores in 2020, Central England Co-op have announced plans to expand the Snappy Shopper partnership to all 200 stores by the end of 2021.

Mark Steven, COO at Snappy Shopper said;

Following a successful pilot, we are delighted to conclude an agreement with Central England Co-op”

The expansion of our partnership reflects our mission to give more communities on demand access to the products of local businesses

Post lockdown the demand for home delivery and the desire to shop locally is greater than ever and we are ideally placed to provide convenience stores with an affordable and high-performing tech solution to compete in the fast changing home delivery market.

Central England Co-op Chief Commercial Officer Andy Peake comments: “Our work with Snappy Shopper has always been about putting the values of our communities first and this is why we are delighted to have extended our offer together to over 140 stores across several counties.”

“Recent times have really showed us all the benefits of being able to shop local with a trusted, community focused retailer and our ongoing link up with Snappy Shopper is a great example of how we are improving the shopping experience for our customers and members by the click of a button.”

Andy Peake, cco central england co-op

He added: “We are also pleased that our work with Snappy sees products picked and packed by colleagues at a local store and then delivered in an environmentally friendly way with our special electric vehicles.”

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