DoorDash Announces New Partnerships With Beloved West Coast Grocers

Vallarta Supermarkets, New Seasons Market, Haggen, Mother’s Market, and Jimbo’s join DoorDash as the platform continues to broaden non-restaurant offerings

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Today, we’re excited to announce several new partnerships to offer consumers access to on-demand delivery of essentials from local grocers they know and love. Vallarta Supermarkets, New Seasons Market, Haggen, Mother’s Market, and Jimbo’s are now live on DoorDash, bringing a wide variety of high-quality and specialty selections to consumers across the West Coast.

  • Vallarta Supermarkets: A beloved Hispanic grocery chain known for its fresh and authentic selections, Vallarta Supermarkets celebrates the food and culture of Mexico and Latin America in its 54 stores across California. Consumers now have the option to order their favorite products from all Vallarta Supermarkets locations, ranging from personalized cuts of fresh meat at their full-service Carniceria to enjoying authentic Hispanic dishes at La Cocina.

  • New Seasons Market: As the world’s first certified B Corp grocer, New Seasons Market is a vibrant marketplace deeply rooted in sustainability and community engagement.
    By connecting its customers with the local farmers, ranchers, and makers who produce their food, New Seasons Market prioritizes making a positive impact on all of the communities it serves. Now, customers can enjoy on-demand delivery of their grocery essentials from 18 New Seasons Market stores in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

  • Haggen: Since 1933, Haggen prides itself by offering a large selection of both natural and everyday items from groceries to general merchandise to pharmacy services, while
    maintaining a commitment to excellent service. From locally sourced fruits and vegetables to fresh baked goods, consumers can access their favorite items from Haggen’s 15 locations across Washington. Haggen is proud to be a part of the Albertsons Companies family of stores since 2016.

  • Mother’s Market: Founded in 1978, Mother’s Market & Kitchen is a leading natural and organic food retailer serving Southern California. Mother’s Market specializes in offering the freshest organic produce, an organic juice bar, healthy and delicious Chef Prepared Grab & Go meals, a diverse, quality selection of supplements, and vegetarian and specialty foods. Consumers can take advantage of on-demand grocery delivery of all-natural and organic foods from all 12 Mother’s Market locations in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

  • Jimbo’s: Jimbo’s was founded in 1984 with the vision to have a piece of organic fruit in every child’s recyclable lunch bag. As San Diego's trusted go-to source for the purest products and with a longstanding commitment to supporting the community, children, and the environment, Jimbo’s supplies and nourishes its customers with the highest quality organic and natural foods available. With DoorDash, consumers can access all 4 of Jimbo’s locations across San Diego County.

These regional favorites join several other West Coast grocers on DoorDash, including PCC Community Markets, Stater Bros., The Raley’s Companies, and The Save Mart Companies. The new partnerships announced today add to the 150,000+ non-restaurant offerings on DoorDash’s Marketplace and Platform Services across North America. With over 20% of monthly active users on DoorDash in the United States ordering in non-restaurant categories over the past year, DoorDash continues to connect consumers with the best grocery, retail, and convenience options in their neighborhoods.

All new partners will be available on DashPass, DoorDash’s membership program that offers members $0 delivery fees on eligible orders from thousands of restaurants, grocery, and convenience stores nationwide.*

*DashPass benefits apply only to eligible orders that meet the minimum subtotal requirement listed on DoorDash for each participating merchant. Other fees (including service fee), taxes, and gratuity still apply. After signing up for DashPass, you will be charged the then-current renewal price (plus applicable taxes) automatically on a recurring basis until you cancel. DashPass terms (including how to cancel) here.