On December 5, a coalition of delivery platforms including Dada, SF Express' intra-city delivery unit and FlashEx announced that they had reached cooperation with ByteDance's Douyin to provide intra-city distribution solutions for food and beverage enterprises.
The orders with the "No tableware" option have reached 1.3 billion on Ele.me, according to its president Yongxin Fang. It is equivalent to reducing the use of more than 6,000 tons of wood and more than 3,000 tons of plastic.
On August 19, Ele.me, a food delivery platform, and ByteDance's Douyin, jointly announced a cooperation deal. The two sides will work together to explore offerings of local life services while helping to connect merchants and consumers.
Leading Chinese food delivery platforms Ele.me and Meituan plan to reduce commission for pandemic-affected catering merchants.
Recently, Chinese food delivery platform Ele.me launched an AI culinary analysis system for merchants named 'exiaowei', trying to help merchants develop new dishes through digital technology and market insight.
On Tuesday, the Shanghai Consumers Council issued a report about its investigation into the renewal deduction time of 12 apps.
Chinese internet and e-commerce giant Alibaba Group on Thursday announced its financial results for the fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2021.
Mobile data analysis company App Annie released a report last Friday pointing out that the food delivery application Meituan Waimai has surpassed 100 million app downloads across iOS and Google Play stores worldwide, ranking first.
The relevant person in charge of the short video sharing platform Douyin responded that there is no takeaway-related business plan at present.
36 Kr reported on Thursday that JD Retail has adjusted its personnel, appointing Feng Yi, former president of Dashang Super Omni-channel Business Group, as president of its Fashion Home Business Group.
Passengers at Beijing Daxing International Airport now can have their food delivered to the departure gate as the one-year-old hub is collaborating with Alibaba-affiliated food delivery platform Ele.me.
Eleme Inc. and Meituandianping Inc., two of China’s largest online food delivery service platforms, aroused controversy Wednesday after they published statements in response to an investigative story describing the problems that food delivery workers face.