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KFC, Menulog extend delivery deal to 2022

Both companies expect a 10% increase of KFC restaurants available in Menulog with the deal update by end-2019.

KFC and Menulog has announced its new three-year delivery deal, extending their initial 12-month agreement, to reach more areas and boost orders across the country.

The chicken chain saw orders rose by over 107% through Menulog as the delivery platform continues to expand to regional locations.

“We’re always looking for ways to ensure customers can receive their meals quickly and conveniently. Our continued partnership with Menulog will help us keep bringing freshly-prepared KFC meal delivery options across the country, especially in suburban and regional areas,” KFC Australia managing director Nikki Lawson said in a statement.

With the deal update, both companies expect a 10% increase of KFC restaurants available in Menulog by the end of 2019 after more than 360 of the chicken giant restaurants have launched their deliveries with the delivery platform.

Menulog has connected over 16,000 partner restaurants with millions of active customers, reaching more than 87% of addressable population, through their delivery platform.
 

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