Amazon and Deliveroo deny CMA claim
A joint statement from the two delivery firms claimed there is adequate competition in the market
The Competition and Markets Authority had claimed that Amazon acquiring a stake of Deliveroo would reduce competition. However, a statement by the two firms claimed that while Amazon Prime and Deliveroo both deliver groceries to the doorstep, one focuses on ‘weekly shops’ and the other focuses on ‘impulse’.
It added that Deliveroo’s role in convenience grocery deliveries is ‘very small’ and suggested rival Uber Eats’ tie-ups with Bestway, Co-op and Costcutter show there is adequate competition in the marketplace.
A decision will be made in ‘late May’.
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