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Asia's cloud kitchens expect delivery boom to outlast COVID

Uber and Grab drastically alter an industry that used to rely on prime locations

A cloud kitchen in Tokyo. Today's restaurateurs don't worry about creating ambience; they have to deliver the dining experience. (Photo by Yuki Kohara) 

TOKYO/HONG KONG/SINGAPORE -- For Taiwan-based cloud kitchen operator JustKitchen, the yearlong pandemic has opened a doorway into Asia's modern restaurant industry.

Established last March, the startup's business has grown rapidly. To date, it has opened 14 kitchens in Taiwan, with two more under construction. It is aiming to raise $8.6 million from its initial public offering, in Canada, which is scheduled for early March.

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