US supermarket chain Wegmans has partnered with on-demand delivery platform, DoorDash, to deliver meals available on the Meals 2GO app.

The service is currently available from various locations including Dulles in northern Virginia, along with stores in the Pittsford, East Ave., Perinton, Penfield and Holt Road in Rochester, New York.

Customers can choose from a range of offerings including sushi, pizza, wings, subs, salads, soups, hot wokery, ready-to-heat meals, desserts and beverages for dinner and lunch.

DoorDash will deliver the meal orders placed from within five-mile radius of participating stores. The service is available on orders of $20 or more.

Wegmans e-commerce group manager Erica Tickle said: “We promise to ‘make great meals easy,’ and it doesn’t get any easier than this. What’s unique about Wegmans Meals 2GO is the variety of delicious menu options.

“During the year-long pilot at our Pittsford store, we listened and learned, fine-tuned the app, and created a menu that had something for everyone at home or at work.”

“Wegmans will leverage our strong logistics platform, which enables them to further deliver on their promise to make great meals easy.”

Options such as carryout or curbside pickup are also available for customers while placing Meals 2GO orders.

In addition, the supermarket chain is planning to expand the delivery Wegmans Meals 2GO service to more than 40 stores by the end of this year followed by more stores in 2020.

DoorDash drive vice-president Casey North said: “Our partnership with Wegmans showcases DoorDash’s focus and commitment to better serve our customers and merchant partners beyond restaurant delivery.

“Wegmans will leverage our strong logistics platform, which enables them to further deliver on their promise to make great meals easy.”

Wegmans currently operates 99 stores across New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, and Massachusetts.