An Eco-Friendly Canadian Food Delivery Company Has Taken Over Foodora

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Looking to fill the Foodora sized hole in your heart? Even though folks aren’t hungry for more food delivery apps, this one is different. Facedrive has acquired assets from gone but never forgotten Foodora but instead of operating like every single food delivery service on the planet, it has an eco-friendly business model. Finally right?

a portion of every Facedrive fee goes towards local tree-planting initiatives that help reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. In addition, the food delivery service vows to only have only healthy and sustainably-sourced menu options.

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“The term sheet with Foodora Canada comes at the perfect time for Facedrive. The launch of Facedrive Foods is rooted in Facedrive’s vision of becoming the one stop shop platform for eco-conscious and socially responsible users. A full ecosystem with rideshare, delivery, entertainment, gamification and social components—all in a single platform—is the epitome of convenience with the huge added bonus of being green,” Sayan Navaratnam, Facedrive chairman and CEO, said in a news release.

“This provides an incredible growth opportunity to broaden our geographic, user and technological base globally,” he continued.

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Financial Post reports that Facedrive is dedicated to the community’s well-being during the current COVID-19 pandemic and is ensuring the highest level of safety for its customers.

Facedrive drivers are currently being training in extensive COVID-19 safety protocols, and all deliveries are contactless as a safety measure for both customers and drivers.

The Facedrive app can be downloaded in the iTunes or Google Play store.

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