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Top Five Canadian Grocers Partner With Instacart; Chris Rogers and Barry Lanteigne Share

Top Five Canadian Grocers Partner With Instacart; Chris Rogers and Barry Lanteigne Share


SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

Instacart is taking on the Canadian grocery scene with vigor and gusto as it recently announced partnerships with over 10 new retailers. On that list of retail partners is Metro, which pushes Instacart to now be partnered with the top five grocers in Canada.

Chris Rogers, Vice President of Retail, Instacart“At Instacart, we’re proud to deepen our presence across Canada and serve as a retail enablement platform for key retailers countrywide, from the largest grocers to small businesses and local favorites,” said Chris Rogers, Vice President of Retail at Instacart. “We know that the demand for same-day delivery of groceries and essential goods is ubiquitous across Canada, and we’re committed to creating more ways for Canadians to connect with retailers of all sizes. We’ll continue to increase our footprint across Canada and create the best online grocery shopping experience possible for both our retail partners and customers.”

This addition makes Instacart’s services available to approximately 90 percent of the country’s households in all 10 provinces.

With the addition of Metro to its portfolio, Instacart now partners with the top five grocers in Canada, making its services available to approximately 90 percent of the country’s households in all 10 provinces

Through its partnership with Metro, shoppers in Ontario can choose from the retailer’s selection of over 26,000 grocery and pharmacy items for delivery in as fast as one hour, a press release explained. Other retail partners Instacart is now partnered with include Giant Tiger and Galleria Supermarket alongside Walmart, Costco, and Dollarama.

Barry Lanteigne, President, Distribution Canada“We applaud Instacart’s work with Canadian retailers, particularly the small businesses that are the backbone of the Canadian economy,” said Barry Lanteigne, President at Distribution Canada. “As independent grocers continue to evolve their omnichannel strategies, we look forward to continuing our work with Instacart to bring independent grocers across Canada online.”

Click here to read the complete list of retailers that Instacart has partnered with across Canada.

How will this partnership sweep reach over to the platform’s U.S. expansion? Stay tuned as we keep an eye on the wire.

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