GrabFood partners with Scottland Food Group Corp.; brings onboard more than 100 restaurants from Bonchon, Tori Chizu and Go Bento in Metro Manila
- GrabFood fuels an exciting food adventure with Scottland Food Group Corp., through its unique brands Bonchon, Tori Chizu & Go Bento, to satisfy the Korean and Japanese cravings of the hungry Manileños - The partnership further cements GrabFood’s position as the #1 online food delivery service in Metro Manila
February 1, 2019, Manila, Philippines — Grab, the leading Online-to-Offline (O2O) mobile platform in Southeast Asia and the only everyday app in the Philippines serving the daily essential needs of Filipinos, today announced GrabFood’s partnership with Scottland Food Group Corp. The partnership brings onboard 100 restaurant branches of most-loved Korean chicken brand, Bonchon, and nine (9) branches of unique Japanese brands, Tori Chizu and Go Bento in Metro Manila.
In just six (6) months after its beta launch in Manila, GrabFood’s completed orders grew by 12x, making it the leading online food delivery service in the Philippines. GrabFood continues to sustain its hypergrowth by further expanding its restaurant selection in the Philippines. With over 5,000 active restaurants in Manila and Cebu, GrabFood effectively provides the widest restaurant selection to cater to any cuisine or price point preference.
As the preferred online food delivery service, GrabFood knows that satisfying Filipinos’ cravings requires the widest array of restaurant-partners, a pool of dedicated delivery-partners and deals that bring delight and unique food experiences.
Recognizing Filipinos’ love for Korean and Japanese food, GrabFood and Scottland Food Group Corp. made it easier for consumers to get their favorite Soy Garlic and Spicy chicken from Bonchon, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl and Chicken Chizu Curry from Tori Chizu, and Yakitori and Beef Misono Bento from Go Bento via the GrabFood app.
“As the #1 food delivery service, we carefully consider our consumers’ food preference and continue to expand our pool of restaurant-partners to serve every single craving. Our partnership with Scottland Food Group Corp is brought about by Filipinos’ love for good Korean and Japanese food,” said GrabFood Head EJ Dela Vega. “We’re extremely glad to bring them closer to their everyday favorites and provide new food adventures with Bonchon, Tori Chizu and Go Bento,” added Dela Vega.
“We share the same vision with GrabFood in making good food accessible to everyone. We’re happy to partner with them in bringing the ultimate food adventure to the Filipinos beyond the physical dining spaces of our restaurants,” Scottland Food Group Corp. Managing Director Scott Tan said.
GrabFood and Scottland Food Group Corp. provide more food treats for Filipinos this year, starting off with free delivery when they use the following promo codes GFBONCHON, GFTORICHIZU, GFGOBENTO when placing their GrabFood orders.
GrabFood has been operating in 13 cities in the Philippines over the last few months. These include BGC, Makati, Pasig, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, Manila, Parañaque, Las Piñas, Pasay, Marikina, Cebu, and Mandaue.
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