Delivery News

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    Dishoom debuts in Brighton


    Indian restaurant concept Dishoom has launched its seventh delivery-only kitchen today in Brighton. Its debut in the town, the Deliveroo Editions site is Dishoom’s first outside of London, and will operate from 12pm to 10.30pm daily in most postcodes between Brighton Marina and Shoreham harbour, as well as Mile Oak and Patcham. The menu – available on the Dishoom site through its ‘brought to you by Deliveroo’ tab or directly through the aggregator – will mirror that of its other delivery sites, offering dishes including keema pau, chicken ruby and house black daal.

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    Dishoom launch vegan at-home kit


    Indian restaurant concept Dishoom has expanded its at-home range with the addition of a vegan sausage naan roll kit. The business launched its first at-home offer – the bacon naan roll kit – during the March lockdown, but following calls from plant-based consumers has created a second kit for its online store. The vegan sausage naan roll kit will include ingredients for two rolls with masala chai, alongside cooking instructions, for £16 including delivery.


    Poké The Bear set for expansion with ‘Michelin Star’ menu


    Poké The Bear, the delivery-only brand from TV personality Calum Best, has added two sites to its estate and announced an overhaul to its menu.

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    Dinners by Pret deliveries expanded


    Pret A Manger is to roll out its delivery-only ‘Dinners by Pret’ evening meal service to 30 sites around London, having previously trialled the offer across seven of its UK stores.

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    Deliveroo appoints Worldpay’s Medlock ahead of IPO


    Deliveroo has lined up former Worldpay CFO Rick Medlock to chair its audit committee as it prepares to list, Sky News reports.

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    Meatliquor to open in Bloomsbury


    Burger concept Meatliquor is set to open a restaurant in the former Las Iguanas site in London’s Bloomsbury later this month. Just weeks after the now 10-strong restaurant group permanently closed its Kings Cross site, it has announced the new restaurant will open in the district’s Brunswick Centre in two weeks’ time. Initially opening for takeaway-only, when restrictions are lifted the site will have 110 ‘covid-safe’ covers inside, as well as additional outdoor seating on a heated terrace.

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    Uber Eats extends support for restaurant partners


    Uber Eats will be waiving all activation fees, commission fees and some delivery charges for restaurants on its platform for the duration of lockdown. The delivery aggregator has announced today that activation fees for new restaurants joining the app as well as commission fees on pick up orders for current restaurant partners will be waived until the end of November, and the current opt-in programme for restaurants to receive daily payments to ease cashflow pressures will be extended. It has also committed to covering free delivery on up to 500,000 orders over the four weeks of lockdown, applying on orders of £15 or more from Monday to Friday.

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    Big Mamma to launch third dark kitchen


    Napoli Gang, the delivery-only concept from London-based Big Mamma Group, is launching its third dark kitchen next week.

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    Greggs to stay open in lockdown


    Greggs has confirmed all of its stores will remain open through the second lockdown.

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    Hawksmoor launches at-home cocktail range


    Restaurant group Hawksmoor has extended its at-home range with the release of a ‘Cocktails at Home’ offer.

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    Deliveroo relaunches NHS campaign


    Deliveroo is relaunching its Supporting the NHS campaign to deliver hot meals to workers on the frontline in areas worst affected by the pandemic.

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    Shake shack debuts in Reading


    Shake Shack is to open its latest delivery only kitchen this week in Reading.

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    Just Eat cuts commission for independents


    Just Eat is offering a package of discounts to independent restaurants hit by the most severe coronavirus restrictions. Operators in Northern Ireland, Wales and the central Scottish belt will get a 25% discount on commission for Just Eat’s courier service. Those regions will also pay no commission on ...

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    Deliveroo enters IPO talks


    Deliveroo has begun preliminary talks to explore an initial public offering (IPO), Bloomberg reports.

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    Delivery spike outlasts lockdown


    Increased adoption of delivery looks to have outlasted lockdown, with the channel now accounting for three meals a month, research from Lumina Intelligence reveals.

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    Deliveroo launches “eat in to help out” scheme


    Deliveroo is to offer its customers a discount in September to encourage them to “eat in to help out”.

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    Just Eat CEO Jitse Groen: ‘We’ll hire thousands of people’


    Just Eat is set to invest “tens of millions of pounds” in the UK and hire “thousands of people,” CEO Jitse Groen has said.

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    Just Eat reports 'significant' top-line growth


    Just Eat has reported a strong first half in 2020, seeing revenue growth of 44% in the first six months.

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    CMA clears Amazon/Deliveroo deal


    The Competition and Markets Authority has cleared Amazon’s 16% investment in Deliveroo.

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    Deliveroo launches table service element to its app


    Deliveroo has added a table service element to its app so customers in restaurants in pubs and bars can order their food via the Deliveroo app, reducing contact between staff and customers. Over 2,000 restaurants are already using it, and there is zero commission on any orders placed. Deliveroo also said it was seeing a “steady growth” of pubs and bars on its platform, including chains like Mitchells and Butlers, Greene King and Brewdog.