Uber grocery delivery launches in Latin America

A day after acquiring Postmates for $2.65 billion, Uber has officially launched grocery delivery in select Latin American and Canadian cities. The initiative is the product of the also recently announced acquisition of Cornershop (still pending regulatory approval), back in late-2019. The Santiago, Chile-based startup brought grocery delivery to the Latin American market before moving north to Toronto. Today’s launch covers 19 cities in  Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia and Peru, and is set to expand to the U.S. market at some point later this month.

Source: Tech Crunch