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Grub in cab: Can Uber and Ola beat Zomato and Swiggy?

Uber Eats and Foodpanda will need lot of cash, and patience, to fight food-tech majors.
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Last fortnight, Foodpanda, the food-delivery service acquired by Bengaluru-headquartered ride-hailing company Ola, claimed that it had reached a milestone — delivering 300,000 orders every day across the cities it operated in. That number represented a whopping 10x growth in a span of three weeks since it began running a discount campaign called The Crave Party, prompting frantic downloads and
scrolls a user undertakes and we don’t want that to increase. So, we won’t push a restaurant that you may not like by pinning it on top. So, it’s about click, click, and get out,” Rathod explains. ( Graphics by Abdul Shafiq) ( Clarification: An earlier version of the story had some errors, which have now been corrected.)
Last fortnight, Foodpanda, the food-delivery service acquired by Bengaluru-headquartered ride-hailing company Ola, claimed that it had reached a milestone — delivering 300,000 orders every day across the cities it operated in. That number represented a whopping 10x growth in a span of three weeks since it began running a discount campaign called The Crave Party, prompting frantic downloads and scrolls a user undertakes and we don’t want that to increase. So, we won’t push a restaurant that you may not like by pinning it on top. So, it’s about click, click, and get out,” Rathod explains. ( Graphics by Abdul Shafiq) ( Clarification: An earlier version of the story had some errors, which have now been corrected.)

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