Menulog has partnered with EG Australia’s convenience delivery service, Eats2U, with over 200 Eats2U stores now available on Menulog, further cementing its expansion in the grocery and convenience sector.

Menulog’s partnership with Eats2U spans stores around the country from cities such as Palmerston in Northern Territory, Mandurah in Western Australia, to regional hubs Goulburn and Albury in New South Wales through to varied geographies across Victoria and South Australia. These Eats2U stores join over 2,200 existing grocery and convenience outlets already established on Menulog.

“Menulog’s footprint is a key differentiator with a highly competitive presence across Australia, including in regional and suburban areas as well as inner cities,” Menulog commercial director for Australia and New Zealand, Rory Murphy said.

“As we continue to expand our partnerships in the convenience and grocery space, helping to cater to Australians around all corners of the country, we anticipate these figures will only grow. We’re excited to partner with Eats2U to offer customers across the country more of what they want, from a trusted platform.”

EG Australia commercial director, Leo Pucar added, “We know our customers are looking for new and convenient ways to receive our products and we’re thrilled to be partnering with Menulog to offer them greater flexibility. On-demand services are a booming area of focus for us, with significant business growth opportunities. This partnership gives us access to Menulog’s significant courier network around the country and an excellent platform and team dedicated to great customer service.”

Eats2U will join Menulog’s additional major convenience trading partners including BP (270+ stores), IGA Supermarkets (130+ stores) and Quickstop United Petroleum (190+ stores).