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GrabFood official launch to showcase 10 restos

After months of rigorous tech and operations testing, Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading online-to-offline mobile platform, will officially launch its on-demand food delivery service via a four-day food event 

To officially launch the service, GrabFood is hosting a unique digital dining experience on Nov. 7-10 at the Globe Amphitheater in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. 

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Dubbed as Crave City, GrabFood will showcase delectable food from around the world with its unique partner-merchants Mom and Tina’s, El Chupacabra, Señor Pollo, Bawai Vietnamese Chicken, Charlie’s Grind and Grill, Ersao, Gong Cha, Manila Creamery, Aysee, and Sunrise Buckets. 

“We invite everyone to join us in a four-day celebration filled with good food and entertainment. We are also excited to announce upcoming GrabFood promos and activities to watch out for,” said Cindy Toh, Grab Philippines country marketing head. 

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Followers of GrabFood online can also join the Mukbang Challenge. To join, participants need to order from GrabFood, take a video of themselves munching on their food, and talk about why they chose that restaurant. Participants should use the hashtag #GrabFoodCraveCity, and tag @GrabFoodPH and their chosen influencer. Winners will be announced on Nov. 7 at 6:00 p.m.

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Two winners will be chosen to win P15,000 worth of GrabFood items, while one winner will win a date with an online influencer of their choice. 

Go to Grab Food PH on Facebook to know more. 

Topics: Grab , GrabFood , online-to-offline mobile platform , food delivery service
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