JD.com has become the country’s number one in serving up fast food, Oreos and stinky tofu straight from the nearest FamilyMart convenience store to the comfort of every Internet user’s living room.
JD users will be able to have food delivered to their doors from any of FamilyMart’s core locations within half-an-hour, anytime 24 hours a day, under the terms of a new agreement, signed between the online shopping provider and Japanese convenience store operator FamilyMart.
Already selling products from global rivals 7-Eleven and Lawson, the services are being added to JD’s online food ordering and delivery platform Dao Jia. With the Dao Jia already featuring some 4,000 convenience stores, JD said it expects more than 500 FamilyMart stores and 3,000 7-Eleven and Lawson shops to join within this year. Source: Mingtiandi PWKD05032018
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