McDonald’s customers will be able to have their favourite fast food fix delivered straight to their door with Just Eat.
The delivery giant, which is set to enter a £6bn merger with Dutch firm Takeaway.com, said the partnership will hit the road later this year.
Peter Duffy, Just Eat’s interim chief executive, said: “We are pleased to confirm underlying earnings towards the top end and revenue broadly in line with the guidance range we provided at the start of 2020, notwithstanding the significant developments during the year.
“We are delighted to announce that we have agreed to partner in the UK and Ireland with McDonald’s.
The fast food giant signed up to an agreement with the delivery company making it the second biggest partner in the UK.
Just Eat will become the second exclusive McDelivery partner after rival firm Uber Eats.
News of the delivery partnership comes as McDonald’s posted a strong uptake since launching its delivery service.
The company have recently signed deals with the likes of Greggs, KFC and Burger King after previously focusing on independent takeaway firms.
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