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Baskin-Robbins now available at the door

BaskinRobbinsBaskin-Robbins fans can now have the ice creams delivered straight to their door. The ice cream company has partnered with food delivery giant Uber Eats.

Aussies will be able to order ice creams, sundaes, shakes and cakes from their local Baskin-Robbins stores.

“We are excited to partner with Uber Eats to offer our wide range of desserts to guests across Australia. This new partnership will make our delicious ice cream flavours more convenient and accessible for many guests,” said Ben Flintoff, general manager at Baskin-Robbins Australia.

Baskin-Robbins classic sundaes, chocolate brownies, Belgian waffles and sticky date puddings are also available for pairing with different ice cream flavours. New Uber Eats users will have a A$10 off First Time Eater code (BASKIN10) upon signing up to the app.

Baskin-Robbins have also announced three new stores to open in Sydney (Bondi Beach, Parramatta and Bankstown) in October and four more as it expands in New South Wales. Targeted locations in Penrith, Liverpool and Sydney CBD are also under review.

“Our growth plans focus on New South Wales as we continue to identify high profile locations within the Sydney market and where the penetration of ice cream consumption follows population growth,” said Flintoff. “We’re excited to begin the search for talented, motivated, home grown people to own and operate the new Baskin-Robbins stores – franchise partners that align with our values and long term plan.”

The Baskin-Robbins stores are franchise partner owned stores with the exception of Bondi Beach, which is the flagship store for the ice cream brand.

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