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JustKitchen to supply meals to 7-Eleven stores in Taiwan

The company will also be adding Foodomo, a food delivery business acquired by 7-Eleven Taiwan in 2021, to its roster of third-party service providers.

February 22, 2022   by CM Staff

JustKitchen (TSXV: JK, OTCQB: JKHCF, FRA: 68Z) (CNW Group/Just Kitchen Holdings Corp.)

VANCOUVER — Just Kitchen Holdings Corp. an operator of ghost kitchens specializing in delivery-only food brands, has entered into a commercial arrangement with President Chain Store Corporation, which manages and operates all 7-Eleven convenience stores in Taiwan, Republic of China.

JustKitchen says it will also be adding its food delivery service, Foodomo, to its roster of third-party service providers. 7-Eleven Taiwan acquired Foodomo just last year.

The company says it plans to first launch a pilot project to provide JustKitchen branded meals for sale at a select 7-Eleven Taiwan location in the Neihu District of Taipei.

As part of the Pilot, JustKitchen has agreed to also develop a virtual brand that will be offered on 7-Eleven Taiwan’s online presence across all its delivery service platforms named.

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The global 7-Eleven brand is prominent in Taiwan, with over 6,400 convenience store locations currently in operation.

“Entering into a commercial arrangement with 7-Eleven Taiwan is a significant development for JustKitchen and, in our view, it brings together two strong operators for the benefit of the end consumer. The Agreement formalizes a great opportunity for us to work with a great partner and yet another a recognizable brand that is well known by people around the world,” said Jason Chen, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of JustKitchen in a statement.


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