KFC signs partnership with Menulog

Menulog has added another national brand to its offer, with a partnership announced with fast food chain KFC Australia.

The partnership will enable delivery to more than 1,850 suburbs across the country.

By Christmas 2018 there will be 180 KFC restaurants available to Menulog customers, with 220 scheduled to join the line-up in 2019.

KFC COO Cameron Fincher said “We serve more than two million customers across our restaurants each week and, as Australians increasingly seek online options, this new partnership with Menulog will see more customers gain access to KFC through online ordering and delivery.”

Menulog commercial director, Rory Murphy said the addition of the globally-recognised brand to its portfolio of restaurants was testament to the success of the12 year old online ordering business.

“It’s extremely encouraging to see the tremendous success initial KFC restaurants are having with delivery through Menulog,” he said.

Other national fast food chains already partnered with Menulog include chicken QSR chains Oporto and Red Rooster, pizza brands Crust Gourmet Pizza and Pizza Hut, and McDonald’s.

This story first appeared on sister site Inside Franchise Business.

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