KFC and Pizza Hut have inked a deal with Efood, Evaly's online food delivery platform.
KFC and Pizza Hut signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Efood on Thursday, said a press release issued by Efood.
Under this agreement customers will be able to order food from the world-famous food chain KFC and Pizza Hut from Efood, the release said.
Chairman of Evaly and the proprietor of Efood Shamima Nasrin and Amit Dev Thapa, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Transcom Foods Limited, which owns KFC and Pizza Hut, signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organizations.
CEO of Evaly Mohammad Rassel said, "We currently have 8,000 to 10,000 food delivery services per day in major cities across the country and we are working to expand these services across the country."
"All famous restaurants of the country are being added to the efood service. From now on, customers will be able to enjoy the taste of food of reputed restaurants like KFC-Pizza Hut through eFood."
"Our goal is to deliver food to the customer's doorstep as early as possible and possibly within 30 minutes," added Rassel.
Amit Dev Thapa said, "We have formed a great partnership with local e-commerce like Evaly. There is a great of potentiality for food delivery in e-commerce."
Mushtahid Ul Islam Badhon, Head of Food Technology, Shahnewas Mannan, Head of Business Development, Syed Sajibur Rahman, Business Development Manager Nawazish Alam, Senior Executive of efood and Prasanna Tagore, KFC Operations Manager of Transcom Food Ltd, Mahtab Khan Majlis, Home Service Manager of Pizza Hut and senior officials of both the organizations were present during the signing ceremony.