Aldi, DoorDash Announce Partnership

With the addition of Aldi, more than 98% of DoorDash customers have access to a non-restaurant store.

February 24, 2023

SAN FRANCISCO—DoorDash and Aldi announced a new partnership to bring on-demand grocery delivery to nearly all Aldi locations across 38 states. With the addition of Aldi, more than 98% of DoorDash’s monthly consumers in the United States have access to a non-restaurant store on DoorDash.

“By partnering with DoorDash, we can conveniently bring our award-winning, fresh and affordable groceries to even more of our customers’ doors with the click of a button,” said Scott Patton, vice president of national buying, Aldi. “Whether shopping for a weekly grocery haul or in need of a few extra ingredients for tonight’s dinner, our customers now have another way to shop Aldi for all their grocery needs.”

According to the press release from DoorDash, “Consumers can conveniently shop for all of their groceries including fresh produce, meat, seafood, dairy, bread, household essentials and even the highly sought-after Aldi Finds, all at the low prices they count on from Aldi. Grocery orders can be placed on-demand from local Aldi stores via the DoorDash marketplace app or website.”

"Since launching grocery in 2020, Aldi has been one of our consumers' most highly requested grocers. We’re thrilled to welcome the beloved Aldi brand to DoorDash,” said Fuad Hannon, VP of new verticals, DoorDash. “Our partnership with Aldi provides customers access to the retailer’s affordable staples and cult favorites with the speed and reliability of DoorDash. Additionally, consumers can consolidate all their shopping needs from fresh foods to household essentials on DoorDash as their one-stop shop.”

All participating Aldi stores will be available on DashPass, DoorDash’s membership program that offers members $0 delivery fees from thousands of restaurants, grocery and convenience stores nationwide. DashPass members can enjoy these benefits on all eligible orders of $35 or more from Aldi.

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