Foodpanda, KFC continue expansion in Vietnam

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The global leading food delivery marketplace takes Vietnam’s biggest food chain to Hanoi

Less than one week after launching in Ho Chi Minh City, the leading online food delivery marketplace, foodpanda, is now moving up north to Hanoi.

Today, the company announced that this was a natural step because of the exceptional achievement of the partnership.

Foodpanda customers from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City can now order the full assortment of KFCs offerings online at http://kfc.foodpanda.vn/

Foodpanda has been successful with many established restaurants such as Tango Juice, MOF, Al Frescos, Pepperonis, ThaiExpress, and Tokyo Deli.

In addition to KFC, the global foodpanda brand has forged partnerships with biggest players in the food industry such as Subway, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Burger King, Dominos, and Dunkin Donuts.

Global CEO of foodpanda, Ralf Wenzel said: “We want to offer our loyal customers their favorite food in the most convenient and efficient way possible and now we can offer this to our Hanoi customer base too.

We are the number one food delivery marketplace in Vietnam. To partner with the largest food chain in Vietnam was just a matter of time”

 

Pornchai Thuratum, General Director of KFC Vietnam was as excited about the development.

“The Ho Chi Minh launch was very successful and we are confident about the Hanoi partnership too,” he said.

Founded in 2012, foodpanda and its affiliated brand hellofood is the leading online marketplace for food delivery active in 38 countries. The company provides an online and mobile marketplace with widest gastronomic range, enabling restaurants to bring their menus online and extend their customer base.

For more information, please visit www.foodpanda.vn, download free Foodpanda App: http://www.foodpanda.vn/contents/apps

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