Aldi has said it will expand its grocery delivery service in the United States.
The supermarket chain said in a statement on Tuesday that it will now offer the grocery delivery platform called Aldi Grocery Delivery in the U.S. and Canada.
The app, which allows customers to order items online, will now allow for delivery to multiple locations in the same city.
“As part of our strategy to deliver to customers around the world, we are excited to be adding this service to our platform in the USA and Canada,” said Robert Eriksen, Aldi’s chief marketing officer, in a blog post.
“It will enable us to deliver fresh food and fresh food delivery to more customers around America and help us better serve the growing demand for food delivery services.”
Earlier this month, Aldis launched its first service to deliver food through the Aldi app, and customers can now order groceries and other items from the app.
Aldi also said it would expand its food delivery service into Mexico, with a goal to be available in the next few months.
In addition, the grocery store chain said it has signed a deal with Fresh Market, which offers a grocery delivery network in the country.
Fresh Market currently has a network in Brazil, and the company plans to add more cities in the coming months.
Aldis has a history of expanding grocery delivery services in the past.
In 2016, the company expanded its network of restaurants in the Philippines to include more than 50,000 locations.
The company added more than 6,000 restaurants in Mexico in 2017.
The grocer chain said on Tuesday it has already signed deals with McDonalds, Burger King, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Subway, Pizza Express, KFC, and Starbucks.