Subway strikes deal with Uber Eats In New Zealand to offer delivery

Subway has struck a deal with Uber Eats for providing delivery from over 100 restaurants in select New Zealand cities.
  • Franchise India Team Editor
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Subway has struck a deal with Uber Eats for providing delivery from over 100 restaurants in select New Zealand cities.

Chris Churchmichael, Country Director for Subway New Zealand, said, “The agreement would allow Subway restaurants to tap into the rapidly growing delivery market in New Zealand, at breakfast, lunch, dinner and anytime in between.”

“We know Kiwis want freshly-made and nutritious delivery choices, however, having their favorite Subway foot long meal delivered hasn’t been an option until now,” he added.

Andy Bowie, Uber Eats’ Country Manager for New Zealand, stated, “Searches for ‘nutritious’ options in the app are increasing and Subway is the perfect partner to help us respond to this demand and provide a greater selection of delicious meals to eaters whether they are at work, home or even the park.”

Recently, Subway launched a brand refresh for modernizing its offerings and a new website that highlights key supplier stories and educates customers about the chain’s fresh ingredients.

Ben Miles, Senior Manager for Brand Marketing at Subway, said, “The sandwich chain is a strong supporter of Kiwi produce. Some of their supply partners include local business Yarrows, which has supplied Subway New Zealand with their dough for more than 20 years and NZ brand Tegel, which has partnered with Subway since the brand opened its first restaurant in the country in 1995 and now supplies restaurants with a range of chicken and turkey products.”

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