Co-op ramps-up online home delivery in Wales and Welsh Border towns

Co-op has partnered with home delivery specialists, Zoom 1Hr Delivery, to further expand the roll-out of its own online shop across Wales and Welsh/English border towns and, to increase the number of delivery slots available for shoppers.

The retailer will ramp-up its online home delivery offer – including smaller towns and rural communities – with the new partnership going live in more than 50 towns and cities in Wales and along the Welsh/English border this month (November).

Orders are placed through Co-op’s own online shop ( with items picked from Co-op’s local stores and delivered on behalf of Co-op by Zoom up to 4KM in as little as one hour – slots can also be booked up to seven days in advance.

Customers can choose from around 4,500 products, and can track their deliveries in real time. In addition, deliveries are free from new stores to offer the service for the first eight weeks.

The move makes thousands more online slots available for shoppers, and includes approaching 40 Co-op stores in Wales, including those in: Anglesey; Bala; Barmouth; Builth Wells; Cardiff; Dolgellau; Fishguard; Lampeter; Llandudno; Llanwrst; Old Colwyn, Pensarn; Pontypridd; Porthcawl; Prestatyn; Rhyl; Ruthin; Swansea; Tywyn and Wrexham.

Groceries are selected by colleagues in Co-op stores in the community, which act as micro-distribution hubs locally – supporting local jobs as the retailer’s High Street stores benefit from online demand. A free Click & Collect service is also available through Co-op’s online shop, also making shopping quicker and easier.

Co-op’s partnership with Zoom has also rolled-out to towns in England, including: Bridgnorth; Hereford; Ledbury; Leominster; Market Drayton; Oswestry; the Wirral; Shifnal; Telford; Wolverhampton and Worcester, with an ambition to reach 250 stores during 2021.

The convenience retailer launched its own online shop ( in March last year and accelerated its roll-out this year as demand for online convenience grew. The Co-op is on track to offer online shopping from more than 700 stores UK-wide by the end of the year through its own online shop and with partners.

Matt Arrigonie, Co-op’s Online Operations Manager, said: “We continue to look for new ways to innovate and expand access to our products and services to deliver a truly compelling offer for consumers. By collaborating with partners we can offer further availability, flexibility and choice to meet community shopping needs for on-demand convenience. Offering quality and value quickly, easily and conveniently is core to Co-op’s approach – delivering what our Members and customers want, when and where they need it.”

Kevin Williams, Managing Director, Zoom 1HR Delivery, commented: “We’re delighted to become a delivery partner for Co-op, initially working closely with 50 of its stores from this month and we look forward to the roll-out of further stores. These are challenging times, and more people have turned to placing orders online for quick, safe, convenient deliveries. Our experience over the last four years has seen us perfect the delivery service model in rural areas, and we believe this is a great fit with Co-op’s work to support its communities and to further grow home delivery capabilities to meet consumer needs and demand for online convenience – we can’t wait to safely deliver Co-op products to its Members and customers.”

Shoppers buying groceries online through can also unlock extra value through Co-op’s refreshed Membership programme. In addition to personalised offers and exclusive in-store deals, Members are rewarded with 2p in every pound they spend on Co-op branded products added to their personal Membership account balance. The retailer also donates the same amount to provide a funding boost for local community causes.

Co-op has around 4.6M active Members, and alongside Food, it operates: Co-op Funeralcare, Insurance, Health and Legal Services.

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For more information about Zoom 1Hr Delivery and to apply for delivery driver opportunities, visit:

List of Co-op stores to initially launch new Zoom delivery partnership, from this month (November):
Amlwch – LL68 9AL
Bala – LL23 7AD
Barmouth – LL42 1PH
Birkenhead, Upton Road – CH43 9SA
Builth Wells, Brecon Road -LD2 3ED
Bridgnorth – WV15 5AL
Bromyard – HR7 4LW
Bushbury – WV10 9UN
Petrol Broseley – TF12 5DJ
Petrol Coedpoeth – LL11 3UF
Dawley – TF4 2EX
Dines Green – WR2 5QS
Dolgellau – LL40 1HR
Donnington – TF2 8DP
Fairwater – CF5 3BA
Ferndale – CF43 4RR
Fishguard, High Street – SA65 9AR
Hereford – HR4 9LT
Kidwelly – SA17 4TW
Kilgetty – SA68 0YA
Killay – SA2 7AJ
Lampeter – SA48 7AF
Ledbury – HR8 2EZ
Leominster – HR6 8PX
Llandudno, Glan-Y-Mor Road – LL30 3NL
LlanfairPG – LL61 5YX
Llanidloes – SY18 6ES
Llanishen, Station Road – CF14 5LU
Llanrwst – LL26 0AG
Llanrumney – CF3 5SL
Loggerheads – TF9 4NX
Old Colwyn Bay – LL29 9PN
Ombersley Road – WR3 7EU
Oswestry – SY11 2HR
Pensarn, Marine Terrace – LL22 7PR
Pontypridd, Church Village – CF38 1SB
Porthcawl – CF36 3AH
Prestatyn, Ffordd Penrhwylfa – LL19 8BP
Rhos, Market Street – LL14 1AF
Rhostyllen – LL14 4DH
Rhyl – LL18 4HZ
Ruthin – LL15 1BP
Shifnal -TF11 8AT
Shirley, Farmhouse Way – B90 4EH
Swansea, Mumbles Road – SA3 4DN
Teehey Lane – CH63 8QT
Tettenhall – WV6 8QS
Tonyrefail – CF39 8EY
Treorchy – CF42 6UA
Tywyn – LL36 9AH
Whitchurch, Merthyr Road – CF14 1DH
Worcester, Barker Street – WR3 8NP
Wrexham, Borras Park – LL12 7TH
Wrexham, Marford Hill – LL12 8SL
Ynysybwl – CF37 3DY

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