Bolt Food expands services to key towns across the country

Nairobi, March 2022 – Bolt Food, the leading food delivery service in Nairobi, has expanded its services to new towns to give more customers access to a great selection, quality and affordable services available on its platform. Bolt Food services are now available in Kiambu, Kikuyu, Ngong, Kiserian, Athi River and Kitengela towns.

The Bolt Food platform offers a variety of restaurants and menus at affordable prices, with swift delivery services. Through this expansion, customers will have access to over 800 restaurants currently on the Bolt Food platform. These include Java, Chicken Inn, ArtCaffe, The Wine Company amongst others.

“We are excited to be expanding our territory and providing our customers with great choice and quality services through our Bolt Food platform. We are committed to scaling up our operations to benefit our customers and impact the communities in which we operate. This expansion is a testament to our mission of offering quality and affordable delivery services to all whilst offering earning opportunities for our courier partners.” said Edgar K Kitur, Country Manager, Bolt Food

The delivery service industry has experienced exponential growth, especially with curfew regulations. Since our launch in March 2021, Bolt Food has revolutionized the food delivery sector by offering quality services at competitive prices. It also grows its restaurants based on the platform through continuous onboarding and leveraging its networks and partnerships.

Bolt Food currently has electric motorbikes, e-tuk-tuks, and e-bicycles being used by couriers on its platform and is leading the race for greener food deliveries in the food industry. The initiative is geared toward reducing Bolt’s environmental footprints and fulfilling the demand for light, intelligent and green modes of transport. It also eliminates the challenges associated with constantly fluctuating fuel prices which currently form the highest operating cost for drivers and couriers.

“We are currently making deliveries using the recently launched electric tuk-tuks and e-bicycles within Nairobi as we look to expand into other towns with the same options. We remain focused on transforming the food delivery sector in Kenya, and we continue to invest in sustainable and innovative products that enhance quality service delivery. Great customer experiences at affordable costs,” added Edgar K Kitur, Country Manager, Bolt Food. Bolt Food currently serves over 40 estates within Nairobi

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