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New breakfast delivery service launches

20 January 2016

Londoners who lack the time in the morning to prepare or buy breakfast can have it delivered to their door with the use of a new app. 

Jinn App will take orders from iPhone or Android users and deliver it within 35 minutes. A survey of over  1,000 Londoners, commissioned by the firm, found that 72 per cent admitted they skipped breakfast. 

As many as 62 per cent of those said it was due to not having time to make it themselves in the morning and 32 per cent not having the right ingredients. 

“The whole philosophy of Jinn App is based around delivering convenience to the consumer and taking the hassle away from the supplier – we are proud to be the go-between,” said Mario Navarro from Jinn App. 

“There’s no more critical a time than breakfast; the bare cupboards or food preparation are just too much to face first thing, so many of us end up skipping the meal altogether or grabbing something on the go. It is shocking that so many Londoners skip the most important meal and I hope our services can changes this. 

He added: “We also anticipate that we will be busy at the weekends, possibly even busier than during the week, when lazy lie-ins beat venturing out in the cold to battle the queues for a coffee and croissant.”


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