Popular delivery company partnering with pharmacy to deliver meds right to your door
Uber Eats, more like... Uber Meds?
Rexall has announced a partnership with the ride-sharing company that will allow consumers to order products from the pharmacy right to their front door.
Through the Uber Eats mobile or desktop app, consumers will be able to order more than 800 products ranging health, personal care, household, cleaning, beauty, cosmetics, baby supplies, and more from 200 Rexall locations across the country.
“As Canadians across the country do their best to stay home, Rexall is excited to increase convenience and expand our service offering to customers,” Nicolas Caprio, President of Rexall, said in a news release.
“Uber is a perfect partner for us, as we continue with our goal of bringing much-needed health and personal care products to our customers safely and quickly," he continued.
Additionally, customers will have the option to order for delivery or pickup--should they want to speed up their shopping trips.
“If you need non-prescription or personal care items delivered to your door, Uber Eats and Rexall have you covered,” Lola Kassim, General Manager for Uber Eats Canada, said in the same release.
“We’re excited to launch this new partnership, providing Canadians in 63 cities with a convenient ordering and delivery option with Rexall," she continued.
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