Tencent is quietly testing an on-demand food and grocery delivery service on its popular messaging app WeChat. This is the latest attempt by the Chinese tech giant to drive the growth of its social networking platforms. The mini-program, called “Fast Delivery from Shops” (our translation), allows users to access restaurants, supermarkets, and grocery stores near them, including a number of well-known food brands such as KFC and Naixue, within Tencent’s super messaging app. At the moment, the feature is only available to a limited number of users in the southern cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou, while Tencent does not offer logistics services and does not charge commission fees from merchants. Tencent did not respond to TechNode’s request for comment. [Jiemian, in Chinese]