KellyDeli customers in Belgium can already order from the Sushi Daily Belgium mobile app, available from the App Store or Google Play. Commuters, local employees and people picking up their evening meal on their way home can collect their food from Gare du Nord in Brussels, Belgium.
Sushi Daily operates in more than 800 outlets in ten countries and is rapidly expanding across Europe. The concept features outlets in and outside of grocery stores, supermarkets and airports. Alongside fresh sushi boxes, Sushi Daily also retails specialist drinks, Asian snacks and hard-to-find cooking ingredients to continue the enjoyment at home.
Ilan Grunfeld, Director of Business & International Development at KellyDeli, said, “Our customers have loved the new app and we are excited about giving further customers the opportunity to order in advance and collect their food at their convenience.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, added, “It is particularly gratifying when our clients see success with our solution and want to introduce it to more customers. Digital ordering works perfectly in a travel hub setting where customers are in a hurry and want to pick up their food and go.”
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