Fast food chains are rolling out a new delivery service called KetoFast, offering fast-food delivery in the US.
The company says the service is designed to boost sales for restaurants and boost customer loyalty by giving customers more choice in their food.
The company says Keto Fast can help to “enable more customers to choose their fast food meals and get the value they deserve.”
The company’s chief marketing officer, Paul Ostermeier, told Business Insider that the service will be rolling out in the United States, Australia and Europe, with plans to expand internationally.
“We’re excited to be able to partner with Keto-Fresh in the U.S., and we’re excited about partnering with them in the future,” he said.
In the US, KetoFresh is a new fast food delivery service based in the Seattle area.
The service allows customers to pick up food from the company’s locations.
The delivery service has been around since August, when the company launched the KetoDirect brand of delivery.
The new service, which has no advertising, has been available in the city of Seattle since August.
According to a company statement, KefirFresh has “proven that we can deliver the quality food we serve to a diverse community, and we look forward to building a successful relationship with them to deliver even more of that experience.”
According to Ostermeister, the Kefirs “have been serving a diverse group of people from all walks of life, from seniors to kids, and that includes women and men of all ages.”
“Kefirfresh is committed to providing quality service to our customers and providing our employees with the opportunity to continue to grow and advance,” he added.
The Seattle-based company, which also owns KetoKraft, is a subsidiary of Burger King.