The firm, whose range includes products supplied by upmarket grocer Waitrose, said its gross retail sales rose 15.3 per cent to £252m in the 12 weeks to August 9, having increased 15.7 per cent in its first half.
“We are pleased with the continued steady growth of our business in a retail environment that remains tough,” said chief executive Tim Steiner.
Ocado’s average orders per week rose 16.6 per cent to 190,000, though average order size dipped 1.1 per cent to £110.46
The firm’s trading update made no mention of a first technology deal with an overseas retailer, a development it said in February it was aiming to achieve this year.
The company signed its first third-party deal with Morrisons in 2013. That helped the firm to report a pre-tax profit for the 2013-14 year, the first in its 15-year history.