Burger King and foodpanda partner up, allowing Burger King fans to order food hassle free, under 30 minutes, across Pakistan via foodpanda. The partnership expects to grow the number of delivery outlets for Burger King by an estimated 35% by the end of 2020.
Taha Anis, Executive Director of Burger King, said: “We are confident that this partnership will allow us to serve our customers in a better way and with foodpanda, our customers can order our exciting deals more conveniently. We are also bringing some delicious additions to our menu starting with our new TenderCrisp burger.”
Burger King has recently launched TenderCrisp, a new chicken burger in Pakistan, crispy outside and tender inside. Topped with a tomato slice, freshly shredded lettuce and creamy mayo, the TenderCrisp is bigger, crispier and tastier than other fried chicken burgers available at other restaurants. TenderCrisp is available on foodpanda on an exclusive discounted deal for Rs 299 with a drink.
Welcoming Burger King as a loyalty partner, CEO foodpanda, Nauman Sikander stated:
“We are determined to grow all partners that we work with. Burger King is an incredibly popular brand in Pakistan and globally. We actively work with all our partners to leverage our strategic global reach, pioneering technology and market leading brand strength to help supercharge their growth.”
The partnership between Burger King and foodpanda will ensure easy and hassle free delivery for the customers under 30minutes, with food served to Burger King fans through the reliable delivery services of foodpanda. It will also allow the users on foodpanda to try the new TenderCrisp burger through the exclusive foodpanda deal now available on the app.
foodpanda Pakistan is the country’s leading online delivery marketplace offering a convenient app and web based platform to order food, groceries and essential items from thousands of restaurants and shops nationwide.
With over 10,000 restaurants, home chefs and shops across more than 30 cities, foodpanda aims to generate business growth and employment opportunities for Pakistanis, especially women, all over the country.