Grab starts delivering frozen products from select restaurants

Grab announced on Tuesday that it is now delivering frozen goods from partner restaurants in Metro Manila, expanding the options that it offers to customers via its food delivery service GrabFood.

In a media advisory, Grab said “select restaurant partners in Metro Manila” are now selling their frozen goods via GrabFood. Included in the list are certain branches of Max’s Restaurant, Pancake House, Starbucks, Panda Express, Teriyaki Boy, Lugang Cafe, Tuan Tuan, Minute Burger, Bucky’s, Racks, Potato Corner, Conti’s, and Ayer’s Lechon.

“This will further help provide Filipinos acquire essential goods, and support the income of partner merchants with the ongoing community quarantine,” the advisory read.

Grab noted that menu availability may vary per branch due to mobility restrictions.

“To continuously safeguard consumers and delivery-partners, GrabExpress will strictly adopt contactless delivery by keeping at least one-meter distance when delivering the order,” the advisory read.

Grab also encouraged its users to go cashless by using GrabPay, a built-in mobile wallet within the Grab app, for full contactless experience and safer transactions.

Recently Grab Philippines through its GrabExpress on-demand delivery service launched its partnership for the Kadiwa ni Ani at Kita Program whereby customers across Metro Manila can purchase fresh produce and meats from the Department of Agriculture’s (DA) eKadiwa web site (http://www.ekadiwa.da.gov.ph/)  and be delivered through GrabExpress.

“As the everyday everything app, Grab proudly supports the Department of Agriculture’s vision of unlocking the many potentials of agriculture and agripreneurship through technology and innovation,” the company said.


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