The company will manually check 10 cloud kitchen brands out of a single location
On Friday, food delivery platform Zomato said that it will start doubling down on kitchen operators that operate multiple cloud kitchen brands.
“We are going to manually check any physical location that runs more than 10 brands out of a single location,” said Zomato.
It will also create a “whitelist” of the restaurant partners that “provide a great experience”.
The Gurugram-based company will also start displaying information from multiple brands linked to a kitchen on the restaurant’s page on the platform.
The announcement follows the revelation in a blog post that one such facility in Benaluru was running nearly 200 different brands, as per reported by YourStory.
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