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    Sweetfin Taps Postmates as Delivery Partner

  • Industry News March 1, 2019

    Postmates, on-demand delivery pioneer and Sweetfin, a healthful, chef-driven, California inspired poke concept have partnered exclusively to bring their custom poke bowls that use local produce, sustainable fish, and innovative ingredients right to the customers' doorstep. Their "Pole to Bowl" philosophy of sourcing the highest quality and most sustainable raw fish available extends into all areas of their offerings from their produce to their sauces.

    “As we continue to grow and bring Sweetfin to more cities in the U.S., it's great to have a partner like Postmates who helps us provide a consistent dining experience to wherever our customers are,” said Seth Cohen, founder, Sweetfin. “Postmates large delivery footprint in Southern California, as well as their strong brand, are just some of the reasons that we decided to work with them exclusively.”

    “We are thrilled to be exclusive partners with Sweetfin, a clear category leader,  and work closely with them to continue to drive growth," says Dan Mosher, SVP, Merchant Lead, Postmates. “Poke is one of Postmates’ top items ordered in Southern California and we are excited to offer a fast growing and taste making brand like Sweetfin only on Postmates.”

    Sweetfin currently has 10 locations in Southern California and has plans to continue to expand in 2019.  Postmates delivers in nearly 3,000 cities nationally today, serving 67% of the US population.  Postmates maintains a leadership position in LA and the southwest where we hold #1 market share -- nearly 80% more market share than the next largest competitor, according to Second Measure.

    To order from Sweetfin, visit Postmates.com or download Postmates on iOS or Android. Delivery fees start at $1.99; however, customers can pay zero delivery fees when they subscribe to Postmates subscription service, Unlimited, $7.99 per month, when paid annually.

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