foodora quadruples their delivery zone in the Greater Vancouver Area and celebrates with free delivery
VANCOUVER, April 4, 2017 /CNW/ - Today foodora, the on-demand food delivery service, announced the expansion of its delivery zone in Vancouver, anticipating more than 150 restaurants by mid-April. foodora, which launched in Vancouver in November 2016, will be extending its delivery zone into three new neighbourhoods including Commercial Drive, Kitsilano and Mount Pleasant. To celebrate the expansion and to give Vancouverites a taste of its newest restaurants, foodora is offering free delivery on all orders in the Vancouver delivery zone from April 4 to April 30, 2017.
"Our couriers already deliver meals to hungry Vancouverites every day, and we're excited to be able to expand our footprint in the city," said David Albert, foodora Canada's Managing Director. "We're all about connecting people with new restaurants, or bringing them the food they already love, and this expansion will make it even easier."
With foodora's recent expansion, the delivery zone has quadrupled, and will include a total of 150 restaurants in the Greater Vancouver Area by the middle of April. Originally servicing the downtown peninsula which included Yaletown, the financial district, Coal Harbour and into Gastown, foodora's new delivery zone extends to Commercial Drive, Kitsilano and Mount Pleasant, and features a wider variety of restaurants. New popular restaurant partners include Noodlebox, Banana Leaf, Save On Meats, Basil Pasta Bar, The Poke Shop, and several others.
To take advantage of foodora's free delivery offer from April 4 to April 30 in the newly expanded delivery zone, customers can simply place their order via the foodora iOS or Android apps, or visit the website.
Know a friend in the expansion zone? Use the Refer-A-Friend feature found by 'inviting friends' within the app. Send $10 to a friend who's new to foodora and receive $10 each time a new friend places an order.
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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