Dáme Jídlo, the largest online food ordering service in the Czech Republic, has recently started a new service in cooperation with Tesco Expres, delivering groceries to your doorstep.
We’ve all witnessed the pace at which grocery stores have turned into online supermarkets. But how does online food shopping with the Dáme Jídlo app actually work?
The new service is available in Prague and customers can choose from ten Tesco Expres stores around the city. In the first phase, costumers can choose among approximately 600 food items.
The price for the delivery is CZK 69 and the value of the order must exceed CZK 99. The delivery should take between 30 and 45 minutes.
“In cooperation with Tesco Expres, we are now entering this market segment. We believe that very soon we will be able to deliver not only food but also other goods to our customers,” says Filip Fingl, CEO of Dáme Jídlo.
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Tesco believes that the new service will be a success, thanks to the speed of delivery. “We are constantly trying to respond to the changing needs of our customers, and in today’s hectic time, saving time is one of the basic conditions for choosing services,” says Patrik Dojčinovič, Tesco’s Executive Director for the Czech Republic.
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For the retail network of supermarkets, this is not the first experience with online food sales – in the domestic market, it will be delivered to customers by the next day for several years. In this segment, however, it competes more with Rohlík and Košík and, in cooperation with Dáme, it aims at a different type of customer.