SAN FRANCISCO—DoorDash has accelerated its growth beyond restaurants to meet evolving consumer needs and expectations for convenience, the company said in a statement. DoorDash has more than 100,000 non-restaurant stores across its Marketplace and Drive platforms in North America. The company announced several new retail partners last week, including Lush Cosmetics, Victoria’s Secret and Party City. Plus, DoorDash also announced new shopping features including delivery windows, express delivery, enhanced search within retail stores and frictionless in-app communication.
“Our mission is to bring consumers all the best of their neighborhoods to their doorstep, including retail, grocery, convenience and alcohol items, at low cost while saving them time,” said Fuad Hannon, vice president of new verticals, DoorDash. “Features such as express delivery ensure that our customers get essentials like over-the-counter medicine quickly, while enhanced search lets them easily find travel necessities for that last-minute weekend trip. We’re proud to develop these features in partnership with retailers as consumers crave convenience, alongside speed and selection.”
More than 98% of DoorDash monthly consumers in the U.S. have access to a non-restaurant retail store on DoorDash.
- Lush Cosmetics: Door Dash consumers can shop for everything from popular bath bombs to gift sets and more from over 250+ Lush stores across the United States and Canada.
- Victoria’s Secret: Consumers can now order everything from lingerie to PJs, and fragrance to accessories, from hundreds of stores across the United States.
- Party City: Consumers can order party supplies from more than 700 stores nationwide.
In February, DoorDash announced a partnership with Aldi.