FreshDirect Kicks Off FoodKick In Manhattan With Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

freshdirect-foodkick-manhattan-ribbon-cutting-1On Monday, October 25th, 2016, FreshDirect celebrated the Manhattan launch of its new on-demand food delivery service, FoodKick, with local notables. FoodKick is a mobile-first food delivery business that offers a curated selection of fresh food, alcohol, local goods and everyday essentials – all delivered within in an hour.  Launched in Brooklyn and Queens in 2016, FoodKick has now expanded its service to neighborhoods in Manhattan (they are not delivering in Harlem yet, but they are coming). 

Check them out here.

The event took place at FoodKick’s new Manhattan headquarters, 630 West 52nd Street, New York, New York.

Photo credit (left to right): Larry Scott Blackmon, Vice President of Public Affairs, FreshDirect, David McInerney, Co-Founder, FreshDirect, Jason Lepes, Head Merchant, FreshDirect, Paula Jo Oleksak, Vice President, Business Planning and New Initiatives, FreshDirect, Lisa Sposato, Director, Food Sourcing, City Harvest, Jessica Walker, President, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Jason Ackerman, President and CEO, FreshDirect, Jesse Bodine, District Manager, Manhattan Community Board 4 and Representatives from NYCHA’s Governor DeWitt Clinton Houses. Photo Credit: Kevin Richards

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