Kwik Trip began offering delivery services in select cities through Madison, Wisc.-based EatStreet, with plans to expand the delivery to other cities.
Launch dates will be announced later this year.
More than 400 items can be ordered through the service, including hot foods and beverages, ice cream, snacks and more.
“We’ve received numerous requests for delivery over the years,” said David Jackson, Kwik Trip’s digital marketing and loyalty manager. “We wanted to make sure we deliver the same quality our guests have come to expect in our stores, which is why we’ve partnered with EatStreet, another outstanding Wisconsin company, to finally make this happen.”
EatStreet offers realtime order tracking, group ordering and free delivery for new customers.
EatStreet launched in Wausau in March. The food delivery service is available both online and in the form of a mobile app. EatStreet partners with local restaurants to offer delivery in each of its markets.
“Kwik Trip is a Wisconsin icon,” said Matt Howard, EatStreet co-founder and CEO. “And from Glazers to Karuba Coffee, each product is insanely popular.”
EatStreet currently operates in cities throughout the state, including Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, La Crosse and Fond du Lac. The company has also gone national, serving more than 250 cities across the country.