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to provide an innovative, convenient and world-class delivery experience. https://t.co/Pe3f6wlh8Q pic.twitter.com/WKDgSl9NMu
— H-E-B (@HEB) February 15, 2018
for only $3 today. 💐 #AnythingDelivered pic.twitter.com/rijwSSpnJi
— FAVOR (@Favor) February 14, 2018https://twitter.com/Favor/status/964210296377303040
Yesterday, Texas grocery chain H-E-B announced it will be purchasing the Austin-based delivery app known as “Favor.”
Details of the deal remain undisclosed at this time, but, according to the Austin Business Journal, Favor’s CEO Jag Bath will remain in control of the company.
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“We’re proud to announce that our companies are joining forces to provide Texans with an innovative, convenient and world-class retail experience,” H-E-B CEO Martin Otto said in a video, featured above, posted to Twitter.
According to its website, Favor doesn’t focus exclusively on grocery deliveries, rather it employs contractors-which it calls “runners” to deliver whatever it is people ordered; of course, presently, they say a majority of their requests lean heavily toward food delivery.
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With Favor, user place orders through a mobile app in an Uber-like approach to the delivery of groceries and other products to be able to deliver “anything you want in under an hour.”
Favor launched in 2013 and originally expanded outside of...
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