Kapil Wasnik took to Twitter to post that he had asked the bakery to inform if the cake contains egg. The user added that he was left 'speechless' when he received the order
Online food-delivery company Swiggy is planning to use drones on a trial basis for its instant grocery service, Instamart, starting May
Sooner or later Zomato and Swiggy, the only ones left in the food aggregation business, will consider a merger. Because, they have a common shareholder, SoftBank
The company has raised fresh funds at an enterprise value of $22 billion, which has increased by about 22 per cent from the last disclosed valuation of $18 billion.
Both platforms clocked over 2 million orders each, compared to the 1.3-1.5 million they usually clock in a day.
This move from Swiggy is an initiative to support and increase its women workforce
Bringing the food-delivery apps under GST, the finance ministry clarified that no new taxes were being announced, and that the GST collection point was simply being transferred
Minutes after the incident, other restaurant employees and staff members rushed the owner to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead.
The company also said it wanted to convey that the public should talk respectfully to delivery partners and raise the level of dignity associated with them
During the year under review, the company’s business grew by 85 percent. There was an addition of over 100,000 restaurants with an active delivery fleet of over 200,000.
On-demand delivery platforms--Zomato and Swiggy, have now announced that they will start delivering alcohol in Odisha starting today.
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