Bringing new meaning to the term “couch potato,” it looks like Uber will be bringing their own grocery delivery to Toronto some time soon.
A recent job posting on LinkedIn is seeking a Head of Grocery Product, stationed out of the company’s Toronto hub.
“Our Eats team is always looking to expand into new areas where our technology can help people get food more easily and efficiently,” an Uber spokesperson told DailyHive.
Uber will be joining the roster of places in Toronto that offer grocery delivery, making food more accessible to people across the city. Some of the other spots that offer delivery services include Walmart, Costco, and Loblaws.
There’s no timeline shared yet for the upcoming development, but it’s definitely something to get excited about. Uber’s joining the group of companies who are helping to make grocery shopping less of a chore.
Everything is a lot less stressful when done lounging on the couch in bunny slippers.
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