Good finger clicks: revealed – KFC customers who order an app spend 20 percent MORE than those who visit a restaurant
- Collins Foods operates the largest number of KFC restaurants in all of Australia
- Net profit was fattened by 20 percent to $ 39.1 million in the year until April 2019
- Last year it appeared that customers of online apps ordered considerably more food
- App customers from delivery of Kentucky Fried Chicken ordered 20 percent more
In a sign of Australia's changing eating habits, KFC customers ordering an app spend 20 percent more than those who visit one of the fast-food giant's restaurants.
Collins Foods, the company that operates the largest number of Kentucky Fried Chicken stores in Australia, has revealed its net profit, vermouthed by 20 percent $ 39 million in the year until April 2019.
It also said that the app sales in the Australian Securities Exchange & # 39; showed strong and consistent growth & # 39 ;.
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In a sign of the deteriorating obesity crisis in Australia, KFC customers ordering an app spend 20 percent more than those who visit a restaurant
The annual report for the 2019 financial year was cautious about the increase in sales of smartphones when sales increased by 16.9% to $ 901.2 million.
However, a year ago, Collins Foods revealed that online orders for home delivery for KFC in Australia have doubled in just one year.
& # 39; Steady growth continues to exist in our online order app, which now draws more than 20,000 orders per week or more than twice the level at the end of the previous financial year &, said the annual report for the financial year 2018.
& # 39; Customer feedback is positive and the average ticket is about 20 percent higher on the app compared to in-store orders. & # 39;
Collins Foods, the company that operates the largest number of Kentucky Fried Chicken stores in Australia, has revealed that it made a net profit of $ 39.1 million in the year to April 2019 (pictured is a KFC app)
KFC now has Menulog and Deliveroo options for 64 restaurants in Australia.
Graham Maxwell, chief executive of Collins Foods, said Tuesday that an expansion of digital and home delivery services is expected to lead to further growth.
& # 39; Innovation and added value remain at the core of KFC Australia & # 39 ;, he said.
Collins Foods also operates KFC in Europe, Sizzler restaurants in Australia, China, Thail and Japan and Taco Bell stores in Queensland.
A year ago, Collins Foods revealed that online orders for home delivery for KFC in Australia have doubled in just one year (see photo of an obese man)
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