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Happymeals Kenya Partners With E-Takeaway to Launch an Online Food Ordering And Delivery Service In Kenya

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Kenya’s first food Network, HappyMeals Kenya, has partnered with e-takeaway.com to make it easier for you to order food online and get it delivered at your doorstep. This move will help position HappyMeals Kenya strategically in the Kenyan market and give it the upper hand in this sector. With establishments such as Mocca Bistro, Cake City, Vogue Cafe and others as its partners, HappyMeals Kenya gives you the opportunity to order a wide selection of foods from different restaurants.

This new partnership with e-takeaway will connect restaurants and online consumers using a state-of-the-art web platform as well as user friendly mobile and iPhone applications. So you will not need to be on your computer just to order something to eat.

HappyMeals is a young start-up that has steadily built a brand in the local food market and the partnership with e-takeaway should provide much needed technical solutions and know-how as well as a quality platform for their online consumers.

The deal with HappyMeals will see e-takeaway, the European online food company, making its first move into Africa, where internet trends are fast taking root, and with a view of spreading its wings farther in other African countries soon.

E-takeaway is a household name in Denmark and is currently operating in more than 15 countries worldwide.

Congratulations to HappyMeals for this new partnership and we hope to see more from them.


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