foodora is offering three lucky students a chance to win free food for the school year
TORONTO, Aug. 22, 2017 /CNW/ - It's time to get nostalgic: foodora, the on-demand food delivery service, is launching new 'Back to School Specials' that put a twist on Canadians' childhood lunchtime classics. foodora worked collaboratively with three select restaurant partners in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, and beginning today until September 20, invites customers to take a walk down memory lane by ordering new menu items that bring old favourites into 2017. In addition to the new menu items, foodora is launching its 'Win foodora for the School Year'* contest in each market, eligible for students currently enrolled at a Canadian College or University.
"We love offering customers access to special dishes at foodora, and there's something about timeless old school lunches that makes your mouth water," said David Albert, foodora Canada's managing director. "We brainstormed some of our favourites, and worked with top restaurant partners to take lunchtime to a whole new level - whether you're a student or a busy professional looking to reminisce."
From grilled cheese to pizza pockets, to popular pastas and lunch kits, foodora worked with restaurant partners to craft thought-out menu items reminiscent of lunchbox favourites that customers may have enjoyed in their childhood. foodora customers can order from three select restaurant partners in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.
Participating restaurants and menu options in each market include:
- Charidise - Crispy Chicken Wafflewich ($11.99)
Crispy chicken, fresh greens and 100% real cheddar cheese cradled between two fluffy Charidise waffles. Comes with a side of maple syrup.
- Schmaltz Appetizing - Schmaltz Sack ($11.00)
Tuna, whitefish or salmon salad with your choice of bagel, a bag o' chips, and special soda. Don't forget the pickle.**
- Saku Sushi - Make Your Own Sushi Pizza Lunch Kit ($11.00)
Four pieces of crispy deep fried sushi rice, topped with chopped salmon or tuna & crunchy tempura bits. Garnish with potato, chopped pickled ginger & micro greens. Enjoy with with soy sauce, spicy mayo or teriyaki sauce.
- Kinka Izakaya - Karaage Teishoku Lunchbox ($9.80)
Deep-fried soy sauce marinated chicken with garlic mayo, served with miso soup, mini salad and rice.
- Notre-Boeuf-de-Grâce - The Grilled Columbian ($9.00)
Chimichurri, jalapeno, bacon, grilled cheese curds and cheddar, in between two slices of challah. Vegetarian option sans bacon also available for $8.00.
- Brigade Pizzeria Napolitaine - The Brooklyn Pizza Pouch ($13.45)
Sesame seed crust, pepperoni, ricotta and mozzarella, folded into a pocket.
- Basil Pasta Bar (Kitsilano location only) - ABC & Meatballs ($11.95)
A combination of alphabet pasta, parsley, mushrooms, tomatoes, onion, meatballs and marinara sauce.
- Dunn's Famous - Dunn's Melt ($10.00)
Juicy smoked meat, coleslaw and cheddar cheese held together by classic white bread - and then grilled.
- Assembli - Cali Pesto Pocket ($7.99)
Sundried tomatoes, artichoke, daiya vegan cheese and basil and arugula pesto. A non-vegan option is also available and made with goat cheese.
To order foodora's 'Back to School Specials,' customers can simply place their order between August 22 and September 20 via the foodora iOS or Android apps, or visit the website, and choose the delivery or pick-up option. Each special menu option is exclusive to foodora and can only be ordered through the website and iOS or Android apps. To enter to win foodora for a school year, simply type FREEFOOD in the 'have a voucher' section at checkout. Three lucky winners (one from each market) will be selected on September 21, 2017.
*Free foodora for a year is the equivalent of one (1) $15 foodora voucher per week for a total of 8 months during the academic school year from September 21, 2017 through to April 30, 2018.
**Schmaltz Appetizing will begin offering its 'Back to School Specials' menu item on August 23, 2017.
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foodora was launched in Germany in October 2014, backed by Rocket Internet in April 2015 and merged with Delivery Hero in September 2015. The on-demand delivery service currently connects high-quality restaurants and foodies in 10 countries and is changing the way food delivery is viewed and experienced globally.
How it works
Through the foodora website or via the new iOS and Android apps, customers can enter their postal code and view a curated list of restaurants serving their neighborhood. Once they have found their meal of choice, they can place the order in the comfort of their home or office, paying online through foodora's secure platform. The order is then carefully prepared by the restaurant and brought directly to the customer by the foodora logistics team or picked up by the customer using foodora's new pick-up feature.
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