Yassir is set to become available to Uber Eats users across multiple locations in Gauteng, with a national rollout anticipated early next year.
The integration of Yassir stores into the Uber Eats app will grant customers convenient access to a diverse array of grocery options for swift delivery. This strategic move aligns seamlessly with Yassir’s dedication to broadening its offerings and cultivating strategic relationships.
At the forefront of its collaboration with Uber Eats, Yassir is unwaveringly committed to furnishing consumers with an extensive selection of goods and services, including fresh groceries, convenience items, personal care products, pet food, and more—all at in-store pricing.
This approach aims to cater to on-demand e-commerce needs beyond food delivery through the Uber Eats app.
“We’re excited to expand on Uber Eats, solidifying our commitment to making customers’ lives easier. This expansion broadens our reach, ensuring exceptional products are accessible to a larger audience. Our commitment to fast, reliable deliveries at competitive pricing continues to set us apart, providing convenience and value to our patrons,” said Timothy Kiluba, Yassir’s General Manager.
This collaboration empowers Uber Eats customers to access over 2000 quality grocery products from Yassir stores, providing added convenience and choice to consumers.
“We’re delighted to welcome Yassir stores to the Uber Eats app. This collaboration strategically enhances visibility for Yassir stores and supports our growth strategy in the market,” said Nakampe Molewa, General Manager of Uber Eats Sub-Saharan Africa.
Over the last year, Yassir has seen exponential growth in Gauteng with over 250 000 app downloads. Providing customers with competitive pricing, swift delivery, and unparalleled convenience. Yassir remains committed to expanding service offerings in the areas it operates in and looking at expanding nationwide in the year 2024.
Super app Yassir, the most valuable startup in North Africa, has announced that it will soon be launching its on-demand grocery delivery services in South Africa.
Founded in 2017 by Algerian native and Stanford PhD Noureddine Tayebi, the Yassir mobile app has quickly taken the continent by storm, expanding its footprint to six countries and 45 cities where it is used by more than eight million users.
‘Yassir’ means ‘easy’ in Arabic, which speaks directly to the company’s mission to make people’s lives easier, explains Yassir South Africa General Manager Timothy Kiluba.
“More than another grocery delivery service, Yassir aims to completely transform customers’ shopping experiences through offering unprecedented convenience, with targeted delivery times of just under 30 minutes,” he says.