That’s why this food delivery service is expanding aggressively, going all the way to Butuan and Agusan
With the recent surge in COVID cases, all of us are recommended to be extra vigilant and stay inside our homes 24/7. As we avoid going outside, food delivery services and convenience applications have become even more important. We owe it to delivery riders, who are front liners in their own right, and service companies that keep us out of the streets a big thanks. If not for them, how are we going to get our essential lugaws?
Our current situation isn’t exactly easy, which is why it is very impressive that some companies do not simply play their parts in the fight against the pandemic, they go above and beyond. One example of institutions that keep improving their services and offerings is Grab.
One of the recent developments from Southeast Asia’s leading super app is the GrabFood Signatures. The program features popular restaurants with amazing deals on a wide selection of bestselling food and beverages.
‘In our quest to deliver only the very best to our users, we have partnered with several of our most beloved and loyal merchants to create special, only-on-GrabFood offers for everyone to enjoy.’
“In our quest to deliver only the very best to our users, we have partnered with several of our most beloved and loyal merchants to create special, only-on-GrabFood offers for everyone to enjoy,” said Grab Philippines country head Grace Vera Cruz. “We hope that our consumers appreciate the meticulous care and attention that both Grab and our partners have put into crafting this program, which is really meant to delight. In this challenging lockdown period, we hope to bring some joy to our consumers, and drive more sales to our merchant partners.”
These are the restaurants part of the program.
- Angel’s Pizza
- Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings
- North Park
- Kimono Ken
- Mann Hann
- Sinangag Express
- Wildflour Burger
- Big Al’s Cookie Jar
- J.Co Donuts & Coffee
- Cafe Mary Grace
P.S. There are special discounts on some items, and we get ₱100 off when we order at least ₱550 worth of food or drinks.
Another great news is that we can now enjoy food and parcel delivery as well as cashless payments services to more cities in the Philippines. Grab continues its national expansion in the country, having introduced GrabFood, GrabExpress, and GrabPay to Zamboanga in January this year. Services have even rolled out to Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Concepcion, and Capas towns in Tarlac, General Santos City in South Cotabato, Legazpi, Albay, and Butuan, Agusan del Norte. This month, GrabFood, GrabExpress, and GrabPay are expected to be available in Zambales Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
“As part of our GrabForGood initiative, we’re committed to helping as many people as possible leverage our offerings to help them safely and easily purchase and pay for essential items, especially as they continue to face the challenges of the global pandemic,” says the Cities and Expansion head Cindy Toh. She adds that giving opportunities to earn supplemental wages is the company’s way of empowering Filipinos. “Access to digital tools supports not just individuals but entire communities, and we’re excited to see the new cities we’re reaching—and those we will reach in the future—flourish with more opportunities and options for both workers and consumers.”
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