The burger chain is looking to have 90 more of their stores have access to the delivery platform in the coming months.
Hungry Jack’s has announced that they secured an exclusive partnership with food aggregator Menulog to expand their delivery platform to 1,604 suburbs in the country.
“Our partnership with Menulog recognises customer demand for delivery and will allow
Australians to order Hungry Jack’s from the comfort of their homes,” Adam Parkinson, CEO of Hungry Jack’s said in an announcement. “We aim to make delivery a significant part of our business.
The aggregator also aims to have their services available to 90 more of the burger chain’s stores in the coming months after receiving positive feedback from their customers from the first outlets.
“Having launched our Delivery Service earlier this year, our new partnership with Hungry Jack’s is testament to its success and marks exciting times ahead for the Menulog business,” Menulog’s commercial director Rory Murphy said.
Last week saw Menulog partnering with KFC, where it will be rolling out to 90% of the chicken chain’s stores and plans to have it launched in the first 180 outlets by Christmas.
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