Google Will Enter In Food Delivery Business, Food Aggregators Including Swiggy-Zomato Will Get Tough Competition:-

Google users in India will soon be able to order food through search engines. Search engine company Google is now working on plans to start a food delivery business in India. This will give direct competition to companies like Swiggy, and Zomato. The company has started testing the food delivery service. According to the information, Google’s food delivery business will allow customers to create their orders and conduct their payment transactions directly on Google.com.

Delivery Will Also Be Through Third Platform:-

Google will also deliver through its third party platform like Dunzo. According to the report, preparations for the food menu for the launch of the food delivery segment, including prices, are being worked on for many important things. Simultaneously, Dunzo is also working on upgrading its system. It is being told that Google can also collaborate with other third-party platforms besides Dunzo for delivery.

Let us tell you that Google’s facility is available in the US at orderfood.google.com. Users in the US also have the option to order with the help of a virtual voice assistant.

Google’s Entry In Food Delivery Business Could Be A Game Changer:-

According to the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) President Anurag Katiyar, Google’s entry into the food delivery business could be a game-changer. This will give Swiggy, and Zomato a tough competition. If Google delivery service starts, customers will be able to enable food orders and customized menus on Google itself.

Let us tell you that recently, the legendary e-commerce company Amazon has also started a food delivery business in India. The company has introduced this service in several parts of Bengaluru. Amazon’s main competition is with the major companies in this segment, Zomato, and Swiggy. Amazon India was testing its food delivery service for several months.

Google Will Invest Rs 33,737 Crore In Jio:-

Google will invest Rs 33,737 crore for a 7.73 percent stake in the Jio platform. CEO of Google Sundar Pichai and RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani also announced it at the AGM on Wednesday. In this way, Google will now have a plan to invest 42 thousand crore rupees.

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