Speedy grocery delivery apps invade Europe


A Getir delivery scooter seen parked along the street in central London.

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LONDON — A new crop of start-ups in Europe are offering to deliver people’s groceries in just 10 minutes, fueled by venture capitalists and an acceleration of online commerce during the coronavirus pandemic.

Turkey’s Getir, Germany’s Gorillas and Britain’s Dija are just a few of the apps promising users 10-minute grocery deliveries. It’s an increasingly crowded market with many new entrants attempting to gain a strong foothold in local markets.

“The acceleration in the grocery space has been huge and went together with what has been happening in the…


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