UK-based co-operative group Co-op is providing additional value for its members and communities as part of its online grocery partnership with Uber Eats.

This is the first partnership of its kind for Uber Eats’ in the UK and will be available across more than 1,000 Co-op stores starting this month.

Co-op members will be able to earn membership rewards when buying through the Uber Eats app or through

Customers can add their Co-op Membership number to the Uber Eats app at checkout to earn rewards.

Co-op members can earn two pence in every pound spent on own-brand products, with the same amount donated to communities to support local causes and community projects across the UK.

Causes include bringing people together to access food, improving people’s mental well-being and enabling communities to save and restore nature or tackle climate change.

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Co-op e-commerce director Chris Conway said: “We are committed to developing fast and flexible options online to serve shoppers quickly, easily and conveniently. Our ambition to grow our membership base by one million over the next five years is supported by our compelling member-benefits programme.

“Our members lie at the very heart of the Co-op and by building on our successful partnership with Uber Eats we are now able to create additional value for our Members and for local communities.”

The partnership launched in 2022 and is already available in more than 1,000 stores.

Co-op has been expanding its online presence by partnering with Amazon, Deliveroo, Just Eat, Uber Eats and autonomous robot grocery delivery with Starship Technologies.

Recently, Co-op partnered with Starship Technologies and Leeds City Council to expand autonomous online grocery deliveries in Leeds, UK.