SumoSalad introduces new way of ordering with app
SumoSalad is making it easier for its customers to order with a new app.
SumoSalad has over 120 stores across the world. It first opened in Sydney in 2003.
The ‘My Sumo’ app lets customers create their own salads, wraps or bowls and pay ahead of picking up their food. Sumo Salad says this will allow anyone on a specialised diet to easily order exactly what they are after.
“With the introduction of My Sumo, we feel this is a milestone in our journey of making Australia a healthier place,” said Sumo Salad Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Luke Baylis.
“With the latest figures showing that health problems linked to obesity rate as Australia’s second-biggest killer, we feel this will encourage people to get involved and interested in eating better,” he said.
The app will also have loyalty features, exclusive offers and integration with fitness tracker, Fit Bit.
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