Deliveroo Hong Kong rolls out breakfast service

Deliveroo Hong Kong has launched breakfast services after the announcement of tightened government measures aiming at slowing the spread of COVID-19.

To support its restaurant partners and customers across the city, Deliveroo Hong Kong has launched its breakfast service, allowing customers to order from 7:45am during weekdays and 9am on weekends on the Deliveroo Hong Kong's platform for both delivery and pickup. The company said this latest measure is expected to increase restaurants' total revenue by 10%.

To strengthen its pick-up service offerings, Deliveroo Hong Kong has invested more than HK$10 million, enabling customers to order ahead for pickup and therefore avoid waiting times and skipping the queue, while doing their part to practice social distancing.

In addition, Deliveroo is working with its restaurant partners to offer over 7,000 restaurant promotions to consumers across the city, with an aim of helping restaurants increase revenue and attract new customers. By launching the “Here To Deliver” campaign, the food delivery service is able to help restaurants reach their target customers, helping them let consumers know they are still operating for delivery and pickups.

"We’re supporting restaurant partners with relief measures for both deliveries and pickups during the latest outbreak. We continue to see higher and growing traffic on our platform, therefore we worked with our partners to extend the current discount to customers for both pickup and delivery, hoping to offer more affordable food options with exciting discounts to encourage Hongkongers to stay home and stay safe from breakfast all the way until dinner," said Brian Lo, general manager of Deliveroo Hong Kong.

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