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Ambev's delivery platform Zé Delivery reaches 14 million orders during first quarter

Ambev is also launching in Brazil its super app called Bees through which customers can place orders from the beverage manufacturer and other suppliers

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  • In Argentina, the firm’s Appbar is also growing, as well its Casa de la Cerveza in Chile;
  • Created in the Dominican Republic, Bees is an application to serve small and medium retailers to streamline purchases.

Anheuser-Busch InBev (represented by Ambev in Brazil) reported its first-quarter earnings on Thursday, saying that its beverages delivery app, Delivery, continued to grow exponentially, reaching 14 million orders in the quarter.

“In 2020, Zé delivery consolidated itself as the trusted authority for in-home on-demand beverages consumption and through 2021 we will continue to focus on scaling up this platform,” it said.

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In Argentina, the firm’s Appbar is also growing, as well its Casa de la Cerveza in Chile that has been experiencing record growth in number of orders and sales, according to the company.

In Dominican Republic, the company says it is expanding its Colmapp, that delivers cold beer within 30 minutes, in an effort to boost direct-to-consumer solutions with late hours availability, fast service, reasonable prices, and cold products ready to be consumed.

Ambev’s Super App in Latin America

Ambev is launching in Brazil its super app through which customers can place orders from the beverage manufacturer and other suppliers.

Created in the Dominican Republic, Bees is an application to serve small and medium retailers to streamline purchases, first of Ambev’s own products, but also of spirits, wine, milk, and food.

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“With the application, the customer no longer needs to wait for the arrival of a seller to place the order,” said Lucas Lira, Chief Financial, Investor Relations & Shared Services Officer, citing that the app already has about 100 products and serves customers in 380 cities in the country.

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