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China has launched a food delivery app that allows consumers to order food online and pick it up at the nearest supermarket.
The country’s food delivery service has been available since March, and has already been downloaded nearly 10 million times, said a post on the service’s website.
It’s a step closer to real-time food delivery, with a simple, simple interface, said the post.
The app, called Ninja Food Processor, was launched in September.
The service allows consumers buy food at stores online and pay with credit cards, with delivery scheduled to start in the second half of 2018.
The food delivery operator said in a statement that the company will also be opening a new warehouse for deliveries at the end of the year, and plans to expand the service to other cities and regions in the country.
The company says the service is not a grocery delivery service, but rather a convenience service.
Ninja Food Processor uses the Ninja Food App to order, pick and deliver groceries online.
“Ninja is the first Chinese food delivery provider to offer this service to the world,” said the company.
Ninjas food delivery operation is set to launch in early 2018.