Starbucks has teamed up with food ordering and delivery platform GrubHub to launch deliveries in the US market from June 2024.

Initially, the two companies will make Starbucks Delivery with Grubhub available in Pennsylvania, Colorado and Illinois. They plan to expand the service nationwide by August.

Starbucks digital experiences vice-president Meg Mathes said: “Customer demand to get Starbucks delivered continues to increase, as evidenced by double-digit growth in the US delivery business this past quarter, indicating that our customers continue to want convenience in their everyday lives.

“Our new partnership with Grubhub will help fuel this growth by increasing the availability of Starbucks products to Grubhub’s tens of millions of customers, via a leading delivery provider.”

Customers can place their order via Starbucks Delivery, which will be available on the Grubhub mobile app and

The partnership will allow the customers to keep track of their orders through Grubhub from preparation to drop-off.

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To ensure quality and assist with delivery, Starbucks has developed multiple packaging solutions for delivery orders, enabling delivery drivers to easily transport multiple beverages at a time.

Starbucks noted that its customers can order most of the Starbucks menu through Grubhub, including seasonal beverages and food offers.

There are options to customise orders just as they would at a physical location selecting the number of espresso shots, flavours, type of milk and espresso roasts.

Grubhub+, a $9.99 monthly membership programme, will allow customers to place their Starbucks order on Grubhub with $0 delivery fees on eligible orders and enjoy lower service fees and exclusive offers.

Grubhub enterprise partnerships vice-president Liz Bosone said: “By joining forces with a beloved national brand like Starbucks, we’re offering customers more of what they want on Grubhub while strengthening our enterprise offering and growing our merchant supply in markets nationwide.

“We’re proud to offer national and independent restaurants on our platform — a complementary duo — to give customers more choices and build loyalty.”