On-demand restaurant delivery service foodora expands in western Canada
EDMONTON and CALGARY, Oct. 3, 2017 /CNW/ - foodora, one of the top food delivery services in Toronto, Montreal, and most recently Vancouver, has expanded to offer its food delivery services to three new Canadian cities: Edmonton, Calgary and Quebec City. Starting today, foodora's fleet of bicycle riders and drivers will bring meals from over 50 restaurant partners in each city directly to users' doors. With technology rapidly enhancing the way Canadians enjoy their everyday lives, foodora revolutionizes the way Canadians experience food by extending the restaurant experience to customers' homes, offices and even outdoor hot-spots, increasing convenience for users and providing restaurant partners with a new avenue to reach customers. To celebrate, delivery on all foodora orders will be free for users in Edmonton and Calgary for the first few months of operation!
"foodora has been working hard over the past few years to provide fast and fresh delivery to Canadians and we are excited to expand our service even further into Calgary and Edmonton" says David Albert, Managing Director, foodora Canada. "We look forward to bringing even more restaurants on the platform in the coming weeks and providing users with convenient access to popular food spots and world-class delivery."
Some of the top restaurant partners that you can order or pick up from starting today include:
To kick off the company's operation in western Canada, foodora has partnered with one restaurant in each city to offer $1 menu items Friday, October 6th, 2017 (max 2 special items per order). Items can be ordered through the app or website by adding them to any foodora order at the participating restaurant.
In Edmonton, users can order the New York's Finest Taxi Service Burger from The Burger's Priest ($1)
A Cheeseburger (Single or Double) with lettuce, tomato, and their brand new secret sauce!
"Having been one of the original partners with foodora, it's always given me peace of mind that my food will always reach my customer on time and in restaurant-quality condition." - Corey Gillies, General Manager at The Burger's Priest
In Calgary, order the Po-ke Special Dog (Japanese style hot dog) from Po-ke ($1)!
"We're excited to team up with foodora as they expand into Calgary. Being a foodora restaurant partner will help us take our marketing to the next level, by reaching a new demographic of customers." - David Nguyen, Owner at Po-ke
In Edmonton, foodora's delivery zone will extend North to 153 AV NW, East to 75 ST NW, South to Highway 216 and West to 119 ST NW.
In Calgary, foodora's delivery zone will extend North to hit 27th Ave, East to Deerfoot Trail, West to Crowchild Trail and South to 26th Ave.
foodora is dedicated to bringing food lovers around the world their favourite meals from curated local restaurants. Since its creation, the on-demand food delivery service has grown to more than 9,000 partner restaurants in more than 65 cities across 10 countries globally. foodora is active in Austria, Germany, Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Norway and Sweden in Europe, as well as Australia and Canada. It belongs to Delivery Hero, worldwide leader of the food delivery industry. For more information visit foodora.ca
How it works:
Through the foodora website or via the new iOS andAndroid apps, customers can enter their area and view a curated list of restaurants serving their neighbourhood. Once they have found their meal of choice, they can place an 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, picked up by the foodora rider and delivered straight to their doorstep in around 30 minutes. You can also pick your order up from your favourite restaurant on your way with our pick-up feature, the choice is yours!
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