Yandex reportedly looking to expand UberEats in Russia with new acquisition

UberEATS expanding in Moscow.

Yandex – the tech company which has a tie-up in Russia with Uber – has reportedly bought the food delivery firm Foodfox to expand the activities of UberEats in Russia.

According to a report published yesterday (25 December) by Bloomberg, the food-delivery division will be headed by Foodfox founders Maxim Firsov and Sergey Polissar.

While UberEats currently works with several hundred restaurants in Moscow, Foodfox reportedly works with more than 2,000 restaurants in Russia’s capital city.

The biggest player in the Russian food delivery market is Mail.ru Group’s Delivery Club, according to Bloomberg.

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