ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – The company has not said yet what the boundaries are, but identified “South Jersey” as one of their May 2021 launch markets for their new food delivery service. Food Ching will be a direct competitor to Grub Hub and Door Dash and is promising lower costs for restaurant owners and customers.
FoodChing co-founders Greg George, Dennis McKinley and company CEO Michael Bennet announce the company plans to launch their national food and drink franchise in Mid-May.
With the restaurant industry changing daily and the explosive food delivery business at an all time high FoodChing has plans to scale quicker with locally owned and operated entities. The company is poised for massive growth and to take its position as a market leader that provides the services for lower fees both to restaurants and also consumers.
The startup investment includes a minimal franchise fee of $2495.00 per market, $20,000.00 for marketing and promotional items and the business is ready to go under $25,000.00. The company also charges no formal royalties or advertising fees. FoodChing is the first ever national food delivery franchise.
The company plans to launch in 40 major and sub markets in May, 2021 including South Jersey.
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