Yesterday, Grab officially launched GrabFood, a service where customers can order food online and can receive it through delivery with additional fees.
Grab actually replaced UberEats in Southeast Asia because of the issue. The service will be competing with other online delivery apps such as Deliveroo, Go-Jek’s Go Food, Food Panda, What To Eat Delivery, and etc. GrabFood has thousands of food chains that customers can select. It has no limitation when it comes to orders and users can order in advance before five days. GrabRewards is also included in the new service.
By March, Grab acquired UberEats and other services in Southeast Asia.
Singapore is the first country that has GrabFood. It will be also launched in other countries in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and Philippines this year.