WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J.—QuickChek, the 161-store convenience chain serving New Jersey and New York, has partnered with DoorDash to deliver its complete foodservice menu and provide contactless payment to customers. This service follows its introduction of in-store self-checkout counters, mobile ordering and its recent curbside pickup option, QuickChek announced in news release.
“We let you choose your convenience, and with our new partnership with DoorDash, we can deliver whatever you’re in the mood for right to your door, whenever and wherever you want,” said Dean Durling, CEO, QuickChek.
Hungry shoppers can use the DoorDash mobile app to purchase a full range of QuickChek’s custom-made sub sandwiches and wraps; comfort foods such as mac-and-cheese; fresh French fries, empanadas and mozzarella sticks, and handcrafted QuickChek drinks, including real fruit smoothies and milk shakes. Every QuickChek customer’s first order placed with DoorDash will be delivered free.
“Whether you want to visit your neighborhood store, pick up restaurant-quality food and essential household products at curbside, or have your comfort food cravings delivered, we can provide you with the fast, safe and healthy shopping environment you seek,” said Durling.
As NACS Daily reported in April, DoorDash has been partnering with multiple c-store chains, such as Casey’s, and this past month, launched a digital convenience store chain offering more than 2,500 items. Many delivery apps have also been adding a “convenience” category to their delivery options, specifically for convenience stores.