Kitch-In, a Dubai-based food technology platform, will launch the first hamburger delivery concept in the Netherlands in collaboration with Johnny’s Burger Co. With an exclusive agreement, consumers will be able to purchase 45 existing Johnny’s Burger Co from the platform’s digital restaurant brand. You will be able to order from the kitchen. The whole Netherlands and Belgium. The agreement also includes co-deploying an additional 50 kitchens throughout the region.
With more than 5 million active consumers in delivery space each year, the Netherlands offers Kitch-In a strategic entry into the European market. Both companies will extend the concept to all major European cities, including the United Kingdom, France and Germany.
Currently, in the process of ending Series A funding, the European expansion is forming the first part of Kitch-In’s international expansion strategy. Developed by Evgeny Kuzin, chef Izu Ani and Accor, the platform will be operational in 36 GCC kitchens by the end of 2022 and will be available throughout Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in collaboration with Accor. Has been confirmed.
Evgeny Kuzin, co-founder of Kitch-In, said: “”The focus of Kitch-In is quality, consistency and scalability. We are really excited to start our international evolution and show the world what we can do. “
Kitch-In was launched in April 2021 under four virtual restaurant brands from one kitchen in Dubai. Since then, the platform has grown by about 1,300% and now serves more than 20 virtual restaurant brands in its rapidly expanding kitchen network.
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