Their number of users have grown ten times bigger over the past three months.
GrabFood Philippines has officially launched in Metro Manila with around 4,000 restaurant partners onboard last November 7.
The platform is now available across Manila, Quezon City, Bonifacio Global City, Makati, Ortigas, San Juan and Mandaluyong and also is also conducting trials in Cebu City and Mandaue.
The aggregator says their number of users have grown ten times bigger during their trial period over the past three months.
“We know Filipino consumers love a variety of food choices so we’ve worked really hard over the past months to bring onboard their local favourite merchants onto GrabFood. Today, we’ve the widest selection of restaurants on GrabFood,” Demi Yu, head of GrabFood Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia & Vietnam, said.
“Food remains a top household expenditure in the Philippines and we believe our on-demand food delivery service can really add convenience to consumers’ lives, while opening up more income streams for merchant- and delivery-partners. It’s a win for all.”
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