7-Eleven launches Foodora delivery offering, taking on small junk food services

TORONTO -- Some Canadians will be able to get Slurpees, condoms, medicine and ice cream delivered to them at the touch of a button.

Berlin-based food delivery app Foodora launched an offering Thursday that will allow customers to order products from convenience store chain 7-Eleven in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.

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