Jubilant Foodworks, the company which operates Domino’s Pizza and Dunkin Donuts in India, reported that online orders contributed to around 68% of delivery sales for the quarter ended September 30, 2018 (Q2 FY19). This is up from a 57% online ordering share in the same quarter last year. A significantly high proportion of online orders, 85% to be exact, were placed through the mobile app, and has been growing steadily. In the same quarter last year, mobile app orders accounted for 69%. Note that the online delivery sales are only for Domino’s Pizza. The company also said that the number of downloads of its mobile app stood at 12.9 million at the end of Q2 FY19, as compared to 7.8 million in the same period last year. The company introduced a new app for Domino's Pizza in the last quarter (Q1FY2019), which has seen 1.7 million downloads. Online sales constituted 68% of all delivery sales this quarter.In the previous quarter, the company’s app downloads stood at 10.9 million. Currently, Jubilant Foodworks has a network of 1,167 Domino’s Pizza restaurants across 269 Indian cities and towns. Net additions of restaurants this quarter were 23. The company said it reduced the losses of Dunkin' Donuts by more than 50% in the quarter, the division's was driven by growth in donuts and beverages. The company operates 32 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in 10 cities currently, as compared to 55 in the same quarter last year. It in fact closed 5 restaurants, and added no new…
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