Q-commerce is predicted to be the next generation of e-commerce. The number of q-traders has increased in recent months and more and more are joining the trend, not least because of the pandemic and the changing conditions for traditional trade. Now Pändy and Tweek, together with Bolt Food, are entering the game and launching Snacksakuten.

- There is an increased demand for products with fast delivery and we are therefore pleased to launch our first product shop together with Pändy and Tweek. We look forward to giving more players the chance to develop their digital business model on our platform, says Filip Johansson, Country Manager, Bolt Food.

- We receive many requests from consumers about the easiest and fastest way to buy our products. Snacksakuten with Pändy and Tweek means a new way of distributing to consumers and is a quick and easy way to test our range. As a digital and innovative company, it feels great to be able to offer this type of direct sales. This is a step in the process of broadening our channel strategy and getting our products in more sales channels and getting closer to the customer and reaching out to a broader digital target group, says Ebba Dahlström, CMO, Pändy Foods AB.

Foodtech company Pändy was founded in 2016 and has since established itself in more than 20 markets. The company produces food and beverages with a focus on lower sugar content and high protein content, and last spring it was acquired by the listed Bayn Group. Bayn is a foodtech group and technology developer in sugar reduction and offers the market cost-effective raw material ingredients and total solutions for sugar reduction.

Bolt is a global player in micromobility, rental and food delivery, operating in 35 countries, and earlier this year launched Bolt Food in Sweden.