Fatburger on the doorstep

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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VANCOUVER – Canada’s Fatburger and North American food delivery technology company SkipTheDishes announced a partnership to bring burger delivery to locations in Vancouver, Burnaby, Edmonton, Calgary and Saskatoon and other major Canadian cities in the near future.

"Fatburger is known for its devoted fans and 'cult-like' following, and we're excited to offer our guests a new way to get their Fatburger fix," said Steve Smith, senior director of operations at Fatburger. "We're proud to partner with an innovative tech company such as SkipTheDishes and leverage their live GPS tracking and restaurant technology to provide a superior customer experience."

Fatburger started in Vancouver with one store in in 2005 and now has 47 locations throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario with many new locations in progress. The company uses fresh AAA Alberta Angus beef burgers, premium chicken tenders and offers hand scooped milkshakes.

SkipTheDishes, a North American technology company, gives retailers the ability to deliver food in 15 North American cities including Winnipeg, Edmonton, Ottawa, Calgary, Saskatoon, Toronto, Vancouver, Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, St. Louis, and Buffalo.

"We're excited to enable Fatburger delivery for busy people across the country," said Joshua Simair, CEO of SkipTheDishes. "Each store is integrated onto our platform and uses our Apps, and we're excited to bring a seamless delivery experience to customers.  This partnership with Fatburger further validates the success of offering delivery through SkipTheDishes for leading restaurant chains."

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