UberEats launches in Cuttack, its second city in Orissa & 45th in India

UberEats will offer Cuttack consumers a variety of cuisines based on partnerships with a number of popular local restaurants such as Mirchi, Biryani Box, DFC Dada's Biryani, Burger Adda Factory, and many more.
  • Vaishnavi Gupta News Editor
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UberEats, one of the world’s largest food delivery networks, has launched operations in Cuttack, its second city in Orissa and 45th in India. UberEats will offer Cuttack consumers a variety of cuisines based on partnerships with a number of popular local restaurants such as Mirchi, Biryani Box, DFC Dada's Biryani, Burger Adda Factory, and many more.

Bansi Kotecha, Head of Operations, India and SA, UberEats, said, “It gives me immense pleasure to announce our launch in Cuttack, our second city in Orissa after Bhubaneswar. Over the last few years, the city has grown rapidly providing an impetus to the food service industry. Backed by best in class technology and a robust delivery network, we believe we will positively contribute to the growth of local food businesses in the city as well as give Cuttack foodies easy access to their favourite cuisines and restaurants at the tap of a button.”

UberEats has its own network of delivery partners which helps local restaurants reach new consumers and deliver their food quickly, efficiently and reliably. UberEats offers its delivery partners a flexible and reliable income opportunity on a schedule that works for them, with the freedom to choose the hours they want to work.

Offering a reliable delivery option, UberEats helps restaurants to expand their capacity and reach, to be able to service their existing and new customers more effectively. 

Imtiyaz, Owner of Mirchi Family Restaurant, stated, “We are delighted to partner with one of the leading food delivery platforms like UberEats. We are looking forward to better serving our customers with seamless delivery experience in the comfort of their homes.”

Why is food delivery trending?

In India, food trends are continuously changing with the change in eating habits of the ever-demanding consumers and the new concepts heating up the million-dollar food service industry.

From going to a restaurant over dinner or lunch, people today look out for delivery and getting their favourite food delivered to their doorstep. Similarly, rather than going to the grocery store to buy raw materials first and then cook them, customers can push a button and have their meal delivered in around 30 minutes from some of their favourite restaurants.

Seeking this opportunity not only the aggregators or delivery players who started this trend is betting big on this model but restaurants and food players are also eyeing this as the next ground to invest in.

Pros of food delivery

Placing orders online or on such apps proved beneficial for everyone. There are special discounts for new customers or discounts at various restaurants, always going on. A restaurant finder app can easily help you avail such discounts.

Brands and outlets have also started tying up with food delivery and hyperlocal mobile as getting listed on third-party Aggregators has proven very fruitful for them.

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