Aliexpress debuts in the online sale of food with Lola Market

AliExpress continues to grow in Spain. The e-commerce company, owned by Alibaba, surprised again by incorporating the online sale of food among its services. The launch was carried out in collaboration with Lola Market, the platform that brings together the main food distribution chains, including Mercadona, Lidl, Carrefour or Dia. This company will allow customers to buy grocery products in nearby stores. In addition to receiving them at home fresh within an hour from the time of order, on the same day or with a scheduled delivery.

First market in the world that AliExpress incorporates a supermarket service

Spain becomes the first market in the world in which AliExpress incorporates a supermarket service. To do this, the Lola Market service is integrated into the AliExpress app. To access, you have to do it from the Supermarket tab. This possibility is offered to 11 cities: A Coruña, Alicante, Bilbao, Barcelona, ​​Madrid, Malaga, Murcia, Pamplona, ​​Seville, Valencia and Zaragoza. They will be joined by another three: Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife and Las Palmas.

On the other hand, they have launched a special launch promotion from today. Specifically, the first 1,111 orders will have free shipping and handling costs with no minimum amount. In addition to having a surcharge of € 1.99 on purchases with a basket value less than € 40. It can be in any supermarket made in Lola Market within the AliExpress app.

Spain is a key market for AliExpress, which sets itself apart from the rest as we have been able to constantly introduce unique innovations to enhance our customers’ global shopping experience. Now, we are very happy to do it again, entering Q-Commerce with the launch of this supermarket service in the AliExpress app in Spain, partnering with Lola Market. We have made a great joint effort to get the service ready in time for the 11.11 Global Shopping Festival. Thus, allowing more customers to benefit from our launch promotion and make their supermarket purchases enjoying free delivery and without paying management fees.

William Wang, General Director of AliExpress in Spain, France and Italy.

For his part, Luis Pérez del Val, founder of Lola Market has stated that “the integration of Lola Market with AliExpress makes Spain the first country to offer this service. We are very happy with this development. We look forward to offering this convenient service to more people and continuing to change the way people shop. “

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