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foodpanda opens in Zamboanga and Leyte; 3 more cities next this month

foodpanda, the biggest online food ordering and delivery service in the Philippines, has reached another milestone this month by adding delivery services to certain cities, beginning in Zamboanga in Mindanao and Palo City in the Visayas.

Additionally, the famous delivery service fleet of pink riders is also coming soon to Tarlac and Sta. Rosa, Laguna in Luzon, Kabankalan in Visayas, and Tagum in Mindanao this month.

“We are very excited to add more locations to our list of cities, especially because we want to play the part during this time by helping people get the food delivered directly to their doorstep. The team believes that opening more cities to operate is an innovative response to COVID-19 as people are relying mostly on delivery service these days," said Argie Muyco, Head of Expansion for foodpanda Philippines.

"To top it off, we’re seeing massive growth and a lot of interest from restaurants who are either experiencing it or through word of mouth, so our aim is to open more in select cities in the next months,” Muyco added.

Stay safe at home while still enjoying all the food you love from the comfort of your couch. Check restaurants within your area, browse the menu, and track your order as foodpanda is everything you need to bring what you’re craving for -- from American, Japanese, Italian, to well-loved regional cuisines.

Aside from the app being incredibly easy to use, it also provides access to a wide array of restaurants that do not otherwise deliver.

For those who are looking to score a deal aside from fast delivery time, foodpanda offers major discounts up to 50 percent like no other. And the best part? This is also the time to enjoy your favorite restaurants at home with free delivery. 

Topics: foodpanda , COVID-19 , Argie Muyco , Zamboanga , Mindanao , foodpanda Philippines
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