In an effort to help local restaurants offset the cost of fresh ingredients and support farmers and producers, Uber Eats debuted a new initiative, dubebd FarmFresh. The new iniaitive was made possible by a new partnership with 100km Foods Inc., and give restaurants up to $1,000 in credits to purchase fresh ingredients from local farmers and create signature #FarmFresh dishes available exclusively on Uber Eats.
“We created #FarmFresh, a global first for Uber Eats, because our Canadian customers are so passionate and conscious of their food choices and how eating fresh, local meals can support both restaurants and farmers,” said Lola Kassim, General Manager, Uber Eats Canada. “Through incredible partnerships like this one with 100km Foods Inc. and dedicated restaurants that are prioritizing locally-sourced foods, we’re hoping to expand #FarmFresh initiatives to even more communities.”
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