FoodPanda Expand's its Food Delivery to 5 More Cities

    Food Panda, a global, multi-location online food ordering platform backed by Rocket Internet has officially announced the launch of food delivery services in five cities in India.

    FoodPanda Expand's its Food Delivery to 5 More Cities

    Those 5 cities includes Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru and also the company said it is planning to expand this to 12 cities in total within the next three to six months.

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    Saurabh Kochhar, CEO Foodpanda said, "Our plunge into the food-delivery segment is going to benefit both the customers as well as restaurants, especially those who do not provide delivery services. Although the service is recently launched, we have already clocked 20 percent orders and are hoping to escalate this figure to 60-70 percent by next year."

    FoodPanda Expand's its Food Delivery to 5 More Cities

    He further added, "By extending our services from the online stage of ordering to actual delivery at the consumer's doorstep, we aim at augmenting our customers' engagement with Foodpanda and deliver to a larger set of partners."

    Basically, the users have to order the food from Food panda and get it delivered. Currently, it's targeting restaurants, which have delivery services as well as those that have not yet stepped into this realm.

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    Currently, Foodpanda is one of the leading food-ordering and food-delivery site, and will continue to strengthen its position to foodpanda makes the process of ordering food for delivery fuss-free, fast and fun.

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