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KFC Jo’burg customers can order from UberEATS

Uber today announced that its food delivery service, UberEATS, has partnered with fast-food franchise Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). Johannesburg users will be able to order the menu items through the UberEATS app from 7 June.

At launch, only select branches in Fourways, Randburg, Sandton, and Bryanston will be available, with more options added soon. The service will be available between 7am and 10pm daily.

“We are thrilled for UberEATS to be partnering with KFC, giving eaters the opportunity to order their favourite meal at the touch of a button,” says the general manager of UberEATS South Africa, Nic Robertson, in a press release.

“KFC is one of the most loved brands in South Africa, and we are so excited that UberEATS can help bring eaters the KFC meals they’ve so desperately craved.”

The service will soon expand to Cape Town, though a definite time frame has not been stated.

The UberEATS menu

According to the press release, the offering will include “favourite items on the UberEATS app, from Streetwise 2 to Twisters, including their famous buckets and other signature meals.”

“At KFC, we are constantly looking for ways to innovate our products and services. Through our new exciting partnership with UberEATS, we are offering our customer’s easier access to our products, to accommodate their busy lifestyles,” writes chief marketing officer of KFC, Mike Middleton.

First-time UberEATS users can use the KFCEATS code to receive 50% off their first purchase. This is limited to R50 per order for the first two orders.

About Graham van der Made

Graham loves hamburgers, pizza, and sushi. It's love for food that first sparked the idea for this website. He's also a geek and writer.

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