SinDelantal

img Mexico City, Mexico
201 - 500 employees

Founded in 2012, SinDelantal enables online food ordering from restaurants in the main cities of Mexico. It was subsidiary of SinDelantal Spain, that was sold to Just Eat, world leader, in september 2012. With more than 500 restaurants, SinDelantal is the number one online food ordering platform in Mexico.

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