Rocket launches services in Budapest

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Dutch-based food delivery company Rocket has launched its services in Budapest on Monday, the company said, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Rocket has close to 100 local restaurant partners. Initially, it offers delivery in and around the city center but plans to extend services to the whole city.

Rocket said it is among the top ten most downloaded food delivery applications in Europe, offering delivery from 7,000 restaurants.

It was founded by two Ukrainian entrepreneurs in 2018 and has entered the Greek, Cypriot, French, Spanish and Portuguese markets this year.

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