Lumiera Health, a natural health product company, came up with the new announcement on Friday. It has made its debut in a direct-to-customer eCommerce platform, Holizen.com.
With this platform, it will now give Canadian customers the ability to buy Holizen Brand Health tonics, Basics sleep aids, and supplements.
“This new eCommerce platform is another milestone on our path to driving significant growth in online revenue,” Lumiera Health CEO Carlos Ponce said in the company announcement. “It will help us expand our reach and bring our natural health products into the homes of more consumers across Canada.”
Lumiera has recently closed its’ not-brokered private placement. It consisted of 18333335 shares in the company at $0.03 per share, worth $550000 of gross proceeds. Each of its shareholders can buy any of the common shares in Lumiera for 6 cents through 9th Oct 2025.
Rite Aid, on the other hand, has expanded its eCommerce platform collaboration with Uber Technologies, Inc. It is now offering the delivery of healthcare items, groceries, and Rite Aid Products.
They can now sell their products through the platform of Under Eats from 21 85 Rite Aid locations across the U.S. They will provide their service to 17 states.
Users can now access a full catalog of healthcare and grocery products from their store of local Rite Aid. They can simply use the UberEats app for it. The Uber Pass and Eats Pass customer will get free delivery and 5% of discounts on orders more than $15 with this eCommerce platform.
Besides the addition to ridesharing and the newest partnership with Rite Aid, Uber is also delivering restaurant foods, groceries, and convenience items.
Through its eCommerce platform, UberEats is now offering alcohol and other products. It further offers the user the ability to have ordered from various stores and locations. They will get the delivery simultaneously.
In May, Rite Aid has announced its partnership with DoorDash for the small delivery services to make its reach more robust.
This move of Katie Finnegan, the chief customer experience and eCommerce officer of this eCommerce platform, Rite Aid, has bigger goals. It aims to offer the customers as many delivery options as possible.