Cuscapi teams up with local partners in food delivery line

"The commission we will charge F&B operators is much than that of international players." - Anthony Gerald

COMPETITION is heating up between food delivery players in Malaysia as plans are afoot by restaurants to shrink and rationalise its store space due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

As food delivery services become more popular as a result of the movement control order and strict social distancing rules implemented by the government, retail experts say restaurant dine-ins have shown a decline in sales.

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