Walgreens, with more than 9,000 neighborhood drugstores in the United States, has a business model based on being a convenient place to shop. Now it is taking that model to a new level by offering on-demand deliveries by DoorDash.
This summer, Walgreens rolled out DoorDash delivery service to more than 800 stores in 16 markets across the country.
Customers can get 5,000-plus health, beauty, grocery and other non-prescription items delivered within 30 minutes via the DoorDash app.
The collaboration with the third-party service is part of an ongoing effort at Walgreens to enhance its omnichannel offerings and to provide customers more convenient, accessible and safe shopping and delivery options, Stefanie Kruse, vice president, digital commerce and omnichannel at Walgreens, told CO—.