Snack delivery apps like Eat Snacks, Deliveroo, and Grab are all gaining traction, but the latest to catch on is the snack company J&J.
J&J is launching a brand new app, J&Js Snack Delivery, that it hopes will help curb the number of people who try to sneak in a package from their home.
“We believe this app will give people the chance to avoid the hassle of driving to the store and then having to leave it at home,” J&j CEO Josh Moulton said in a statement.
The app has no minimum delivery order threshold and is currently available only in the United States, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and France.
The company has partnered with delivery services like Postmates, Deliver.com, and Amazon to roll out the app in the U.S. and Canada.
J&j has been working to expand its customer base since the launch of the new app in April.
Last month, the company announced plans to expand the service in New Zealand and France and plans to bring it to more countries in the coming months.
The new app is not the only way J&aj is trying to increase its delivery services, however.
Earlier this month, J &j partnered with FedEx to expand delivery of its premium snacks to the United Kingdom.
In March, J.C. Penney announced that it was launching a delivery service for premium snacks in the UK.
This service is expected to be available for orders of $200 and $250, respectively, within three weeks of launch.
J&aj has partnered up with several other companies in the past, including Expedia, Instacart, and Paypal, in hopes of making the delivery experience more convenient.
In June, J B Cents and JCPenney teamed up to launch a new delivery service called J&jp to expand into the United Arab Emirates.
(H/T: The Verge)J&jp also partnered up this week with Amazon Prime Now to provide a way for customers to order and pay for snacks using their Amazon account.
J&js Snack deliveries will be offered in the Amazon app in select U.K. cities on June 14.
It’s not clear how many J&ij snacks will be available, but if they are available in the store, it will likely be limited to the U!
U.S., UK, and Australia.
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