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Apple Food and Drink 2.3 March 07, 2018 0.0

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Your app name is too short. 8 characters

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App Description
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Great! You have released a new version of your app less than 3 months ago.

Version 2.3 released on March 07, 2018

Version 2.2 released on February 28, 2018

Version 2.1 released on February 14, 2018

Version 2.0.1 released on January 31, 2018
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App Description

Get the food that makes the moment. In as little as an hour. For food lovers who want to live spontaneously and create ahhhmazing moments (aka YOU), FoodKick is a mobile app that curates unique food offerings daily and also delivers the freshest in produce, meat, seafood, and dairy. We can even have it to your door in as little as an hour! A sister brand of FreshDirect, FoodKick connects you to the freshest, tastiest finds in food, drinks, and lifestyle essentials so you can get what you want for today and tomorrow. We'll give you: - Daily curated picks of the freshest eats - Customizable meals and solutions - Farm-fresh produce, meat, fish, and dairy - The perfect food and booze pairing recommendations from our squad - Pantry staples and home essentials So basically, no need to plan or run errands ever again. #score We’re currently delivering to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, but we’re expanding fast! To hang with us, follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @foodkick and on Facebook: Have feedback on our app? Give us a shout at ( to let us know what you <3 or what you'd like to see.

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FoodKick Ranking History | Food and Drink

FoodKick daily app ranking in Food and Drink category for the last 30 days.

FoodKick Worldwide Rankings | Food and Drink

FoodKick rankings per country in Food and Drink category.

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