Industry News | December 16, 2008

Organic Concept Launches Online Ordering

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Organic To Go (OTCBB: OTGOE) today announced that it has expanded in the Washington DC metro area on two fronts. The company has launched a strategic expansion of its catering operation options in Washington, DC and Los Angeles through a new sales agreement with SeamlessWeb, the nation’s leading online food ordering service, and has also marked the grand opening of its fourth Washington, DC location at 1700 K Street NW.

SeamlessWeb offers a Web-based system that allows businesses and individuals to order food and other services from local restaurants, caterers, in-house food service providers, and other vendors. Organic To Go now provides its complete catering menu on where customers can place orders for delivery, paying either online or to the delivery person. Overall, SeamlessWeb has more than 350,000 users, with approximately 230 corporate customers in Washington, DC and almost 70 corporate customers in Los Angeles.

“SeamlessWeb is doing for urban catering what did for Internet ordering in the earliest stages of the web’s development. SeamlessWeb has also done a great job working together with major corporations to streamline companywide ordering and billing processes,” says Jason R. Brown, founder and CEO. “This is the perfect expansion customer base for our company. The new launch provides Organic To Go with tremendous exposure to both a large number of potential new clients, and also gives us the ability to increase our relationship with many of our best clients, since they now can include Organic To Go among their SeamlessWeb orders. SeamlessWeb provides a quick and easy way for workers to still eat healthy, either at their desk or in a meeting any time during the day.”

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