MCO: Pisang goreng and cendol sellers finding it difficult to get customers through delivery

Some food business owners like those selling pisang goreng at stalls have adapted to offering their food items to customer via delivery during MCO. — LEE SHIN YING/The Star

Small-time food business owners are finding it difficult to maintain their business during the movement control order (MCO) period despite offering delivery service to customers.

Khairul Hafizi, the director of franchise Goreng Pisang Crispy which has stalls in Selangor and Johor, expressed concerns over how orders made through delivery are not as much as compared to when they had physical stalls.

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