UK supermarket chain Morrisons and US technology company Amazon have agreed to expand the same-day, online grocery home delivery service Morrisons at Amazon, to more cities across the country.
The service will be launched in Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Sheffield and Portsmouth this year, and further cities across the UK in the coming years.
Customers can place orders through the Morrisons shop online, which will be picked at a local Morrisons store and delivered by Amazon.
The online retailer is also offering the option to choose one-hour delivery option for customers across these cities.
Amazon UK country manager Doug Gurr said: “We have greatly valued our relationship with Morrisons since the launch of the Morrisons store on Prime Now in the UK in 2016 and expanding this relationship enables us to offer Morrisons high quality grocery selection to even more Prime members.
“We are committed to growing our grocery business so that we can continue to deliver what we know our customers will always care about – low prices, vast selection, and fast delivery – and our relationship with Morrisons is an important part of that long-term growth.
“With the Morrisons store on Prime Now, many Prime members can do their full weekly grocery shop online through Prime Now with ultra-fast same-day delivery.”
Morrisons will continue as a wholesaler for all Amazon’s other UK grocery offers for customers.
Morrisons at Amazon is currently available in four UK cities, including Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and London, and the home counties to Amazon Prime Now customers.