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KFC partners with DoorDash to launch own delivery service

The chain is offering free delivery for two weeks to celebrate the new service.

KFC has partnered with DoorDash to launch its own delivery service as more Aussies seek convenience and home delivery.

The new service will be available to KFC App users at participating KFC restaurants from 9 March. To celebrate the launch, app users are told to add the returning Tower Burger to their cart, and the delivery fee will disappear at the checkout.

“We’ve listened to our fans, and we’ve made ordering even easier for them by launching a delivery service via the KFC App. This means our great deals, exclusive limited-time products, endless customisations, Secret Menu offers, click & collect service, and now delivery are all in the same spot,” KFC Australia chief marketing officer Kristi Woolrych said.

“It’ll come as no surprise that over the last year, we’ve seen even more demand for our Kentucky Fried Chicken outside of our restaurants as people look for more convenience and home delivery. By offering KFC delivery as a new service via the KFC App, we want our fans to enjoy the full KFC experience with all the trimmings,” she added.

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