Indian quick service restaurant brand, Jumboking goes paperless

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‘Paper costs money, paper costs the environment’ is an awareness that Jumboking, Indian homegrown quick service restaurant is driving through to its customers. The brand with over 115 stores in western India alone, serves the widest range of vegetarian burgers, thick shakes, fries, wraps and softy.

Now, every customer, regardless of what they buy can get an E-bill. All they have to do is share their mobile number and get the following e-bill in the form link along with a message.

This initiative has helped to deliver a paperless and contactless bill to the customers

SMS: Dear Member, Hope you enjoyed your Jumboking, do give us your feedback on the link below. You’ve spent Rs. 65.0 via Cash on Jul 16, 2020. View your bill:

This is a step forward for the brand which was one of the first to comply with the March 2018 diktat by the Maharashtra Government to ban plastic. Now, in October 2020, the brand has also  banned paper bills from out stores, moving towards greater environmental consciousness.

Dheeraj GuptaDheeraj Gupta, MD Jumboking, said, “The post CORONA world has lessons for us all. Every possible cost benefit must be passed on to the customer. At the same time, GOAL 11-Sustainable Cities and Communities and GOAL 12-Responsible Consumption and Production, as outlined by the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDGs) have to become part of every brands’ daily practice.”

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