Canirac launches new delivery app in Mexico City


This platform does not charge a commission for each delivery, but a monthly payment of 3,199 Mexican pesos if the restaurant is part of the National Chamber of the restaurant and seasoned food industry (Canirac).

Check, the new delivery app launched by the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac), started its service today in the mayor of Coyoacán and expects to be extended to all of Mexico City soon.

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“We are more than a home delivery service or a mobile application. Check is a strategic ally of restauranteurs that will help them provide the services that will support their integration into the digital world and constant dissemination of the offer ”, stated David Castillo, CEO of Check.

Currently Check is operating in Zacatecas and in the Coyoacán mayor’s office, it is expected that in March and April they will begin operations in Mérida, Torreón, Puebla, and Guadalajara.

Unlike other delivery applications, Check does not charge a commission for each food delivery, but a monthly payment of 3,199 Mexican pesos if the restaurant is part of the Canirac, otherwise the membership has a cost of 3,599 pesos.

“Support the restaurateurs in this app where we are not bleeding them, they are the owners of their application and a great advantage that users have is that because we do not take away that large commission per order, the food comes at the cost of the menu ” Added the CEO of Check.

The Check service also includes: the digital management of the lines, the pick up of orders for users to order through the app and pick it up at the restaurant and the delivery that takes it to the home.

In the same way, the CEO of Check has highlighted that the distributors have the benefits of the law. The app is available for IOS and Android smartphones.

Source: Check-Eat App México

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