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QuickChek Launches Delivery Via DoorDash

WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. —QuickChek is offering delivery at all of its convenience stores in New Jersey and New York through a new partnership with third-party delivery service DoorDash.

This follows QuickChek’s additions of self-checkout counters, mobile ordering, and, most recently, curbside pickup.

The xhain’s entire food menu is available via DoorDash, including custom-made sub sandwiches and wraps, macaroni and cheese, French fries, empanadas, mozzarella sticks, fruit smoothies, and milk shakes.

QuickChek will waive delivery fees for all first orders, it said.

“We let you choose your convenience, and with our new partnership with DoorDash, we can deliver whatever you’re in the mood for right to your door, whenever and wherever you want,” said Dean Durling, CEO of QuickChek. “Whether you want to visit your neighborhood store, pick up restaurant-quality food and essential household products at curbside, or have your comfort food cravings delivered, we can provide you with the fast, safe and healthy shopping environment you seek.”

San Francisco-based DoorDash operates in more than 4,000 cities in the United States and Canada. The company was founded in 2013.

Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based QuickChek Corp. is a privately held company that operates approximately 160 convenience stores, including 89 locations with fuel, in New Jersey and New York. It is No. 44 in CSP’s 2020 Top 202 ranking of c-store chains by number of retail outlets.

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