Amazon’s food service, which began in India, will compete with Jomato-Swiggy

Amazon India is launching its food delivery service in India. Amazon’s food delivery service will compete directly with big players such as Swiggy and Jomato. Delivery of Amazon products starts in Bangalore. The organization has collaborated with the nearby food delivery restaurants.

Amazon claims that the restaurants in which it has collaborated have fair cleanliness arrangements. For that Amazon issued a certificate. The organization says it is adopting the high quality hygiene law in the light of the infection. A spokeswoman for Amazon said in a statement at its launch that the company was introducing its food delivery service based on customer reviews. The new service aims to assist local businesses , particularly restaurants that are experiencing lockdown difficulties.

Amazon’s food delivery in Bangalore is currently available in four PIN codes, namely 560048, 560037, 560066 and 560103, but the company has not released a list of restaurants from which food packaging will take place. Please say that there was a story in February this year that Amazon is preparing to launch a food delivery service in India but the service was delayed due to the lockdown.

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