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Jumia Food Partners With Domino’s Pizza To Expand Across Nigeria

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Jumia Food Partners With Domino’s Pizza To Expand Across Nigeria

Africa’s leading eCommerce and logistics company, Jumia, through its food and grocery delivery outfit – Jumia Food, has partnered with the American multinational pizza restaurant chain, Domino’s Pizza, to strengthen its customer base across Nigeria.

The partnership is expected to offer consumers access to meals from the comfort of their homes while also providing a steady supply of Domino’s portfolio to consumers through the Jumia food platform and ensure they receive their orders in the shortest time possible.

According to Jumia Food, the partnership would create a platform for Jumia Food to reach more consumers in Nigeria.

The Chief Executive Officer, of Jumia Nigeria, Massimiliano Spalazzi, said the move is to bring meals closer to Nigerians, pointing out that Domino’s Pizza will reach more consumers through Jumia Food to grow their customer base.

He added:” “We are delighted to provide our online platform where consumers in Nigeria can order their favorite pizza delight from Domino’s Pizza outlets available at the click of a button on Jumia Food. We have spent a decade in Nigeria, and since our inception, we have continuously strived to impact the lives of millions of consumers through innovation and technology.”

Echoing the statement of Mr. Spalazzi, the Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Eat’N’Go Africa, Mr. Patrick McMichael said Domino’s Pizza Nigeria was delighted to expand its offerings to its esteemed customers in Nigeria through listing on Jumia.

He noted that as Eat’N’Go Africa grows and expands, it’s important to employ digital technology in ensuring that we continue to maintain exceptional service delivery, which is what this partnership avails Domino’s Pizza.

Source: Getfundedafrica.com

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