• Tocaya Organica and Postmates Deliver You Healthy Eats

     
    POSTED November 12, 2019
     

In Los Angeles, it seems like getting anywhere in the city can be a hassle. Finding a good spot to eat can be even harder. Luckily, for people on the go, recent years have seen the rise of food delivery apps, including Postmates. Now, Postmates is becoming the fresh-casual restaurant chain Tocaya Organica’s exclusive on-demand delivery partner. 

Born in SoCal, Tocaya Organica’s modern Mexican cuisine represents California chic at its finest. From its food to restaurant ambiance, Tocaya’s chill vibe in every element of the dining experience. Now, after the number one delivery platform in Los Angeles, Postmates, came to them with an exclusive partnership deal, they’re hoping to bring that same vibe right to your doorstep.  

“We feel strongly that an exclusive relationship with Postmates in Los Angeles makes the most business sense as we work to take our off-premise offering to the next level,” says Mikey Tanha, president of Tocaya Organica. “We knew we wanted a partner that would strategically grow our customer base while also helping us streamline and optimize our delivery operations. We can't wait to see what will result from putting our two powerhouse brands together.” 

Tocaya Organica’s partnership with Postmates is also a part of their Californian mission of better eating. While customers can still visit any of their vibrant, unique locations, this partnership is making access to their healthy food options easier than ever. 

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