WAWA, Pa. -- Convenience-store chain Wawa will deliver prepared foods to select locations in New Jersey through its partnership with online and mobile food-ordering company Grubhub. Wawa’s first New Jersey store to offer delivery, located in Cherry Hill, N.J., will become Wawa’s seventh store overall to partner with Grubhub.
Also, during Philadelphia Eagles football playoff games this winter, Wawa delivery is free from all stores offering delivery. Customers can check Grubhub’s online or mobile platforms to see if their location falls within the delivery zones.
“At Wawa, we believe we exist to go beyond filling orders but to fulfill the lives of our customers every day, and part of this belief means making ordering Wawa products as fast, easy and accessible as possible,” said Steve Hackett, delivery project manager for Wawa. “By offering our customers the ability to order their favorite Wawa products from the comforts of their own home or office through the nation's leading online and mobile food-ordering company in Grubhub, we can connect with and enhance the lives of more customers than ever before.”
“We’re excited to be Wawa’s first delivery partner,“ said Stan Chia, chief operating officer of Grubhub. “We’re thrilled to provide the partnership and technology that will help Wawa reach new guests. I hope that diners are delighted to see this local favorite on Grubhub.”
Wawa and Grubhub first started offering delivery in late 2017. Now in seven stores, online delivery via Grubhub is available for most of Wawa’s foodservice products, as well as a limited number of beverages, chips, candy and desserts. In addition to the New Jersey location, select Pennsylvania locations are offering delivery, including sites in Ardmore, Bethlehem and Philadelphia.