Give Your Special One A Unique Gift This Valentine’s Day

Looking to spoil your other half with an unusual gift this Valentine’s Day? Foodora has got you covered! For a limited time only, foodora teams up with local restaurants to deliver exclusive edible bouquets.

Looking to spoil your other half with an unusual gift this Valentine’s Day? Foodora has got you covered! For a limited time only, the on-demand food delivery service teams up with local restaurants to deliver exclusive edible bouquets accompanied by a unique Valentine’s Day card with a message. 

According to the company, the way to your lover’s heart is through their stomachs and we cannot agree more. “This year, we wanted to give foodies a new way to show their love and we thought what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by sending someone special a delicious and unique treat!” said David Albert, foodora Canada’s managing director.

In partnership with Bacon Nation and Fancy Frank’s, foodora created two different bouquets to satisfy both sweet and savoury tastes. The sweet option is called “I Adough You” and is made with vanilla glazed mini doughnuts, topped with cinnamon heart candies. The sweet bouquet will be available for $15 at Fancy Frank’s College, Queen, and Bloor West locations.  

The company is sure that the second bouquet – Bacon Nation’s “BAE-con”- will hog the spotlight this Valentine’s Day. Six tasty bacon roses will cost you $25 and will definitely add a little sizzle to your relationship.  

You can pre-order foodora’s food bouquets starting February 12 on the foodora app and website. Bouquets can also be ordered for delivery or pick-up for February 14, while quantities last.

What do you think about foodora’s food bouquets for Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments!

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