On September 19th, Meituan launched its food delivery service KeeTa in Hong Kong Island.
Regarding the media report "Douyin abandons food delivery," Douyin stated that this information is untrue, and its group purchasing and delivery business is operating normally.
On June 20th, Ele.me, Alibaba Group’s on-demand food delivery platform, and the Agriculture Information Institute (AII) of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) collaborated to release food delivery industry's first sustainable food indicator system, as well as report on carbon reduction for small package food delivery.
Meituan introduced KeeTa, a new food delivery brand as it officially launches in the Hong Kong market
Chinese food delivery giant Meituan launched "Meituan Enterprise Edition" on April 13, a one-stop service for enterprise consumption management. A new brand image and app were set for the service.
Shortly after the release of the financial report, Meituan, a Beijing-based e-commerce platform for life services, began to accelerate its efforts. On March 27, Meituan announced that it would introduce several marketing tools for its food delivery business.
Meituan's consumer finance company was recently reported to be established in Shenzhen this year. However, a Meituan representative stated that the company has no clear short-term plan or goal for the specific license application.
ByteDance's short video app Douyin will reportedly launch food delivery services in all major Chinese cities on March 1, following internal testing in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
Chinese local services giant Meituan on January 16 unveiled data regarding its drone delivery business, following two years of normal trial operations. By the end of 2022, the cumulative orders of Meituan's delivery drones had exceeded 120,000.
Chinese food delivery and local service company Meituan launched its first normalized route of drones at a UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) Base in Jinshan District, Shanghai on December 15.
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.
Chinese food delivery giant Meituan was reportedly preparing a new project for the Hong Kong market, and a recent recruitment notice has indirectly verified the rumor that it is about to explore Hong Kong's food delivery market.
ByteDance's Douyin, the sister app of TikTok for mainland China, has set up a new branch responsible for local life business in Chengdu, Sichuan Province and has also set up on-demand delivery and community group-buying distribution businesses.
Meituan, China’s leading e-commerce platform for services, saw its revenues increase by 16.4% to 50.9 billion yuan ($7.42 billion) in the second quarter of the year, according to its financial report released on August 26.
Chinese food delivery giant Meituan's e-commerce business has recently been merged with the company's community group buying business, Meituan Select.
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.
At the 2022 Global Digital Economy Conference on July 29, Meituan, China's leading e-commerce services platform, displayed many products such as automatic delivery vehicles, drones, smart restaurants and smart pharmacies.
MenuSifu, a point of sale (POS) software developer, on July 27 announced it had closed a $20 million Series B fundraising round, led by Challenjers Venture.
Neil Shen, the Founding and Managing Partner of Sequoia China, has recently sold more Meituan shares, after previously reducing his holdings by 21.07 million shares and cashing out HK$3.9 billion ($496.86 million) in early July.