This Valentine's Day, Foodora and Durex are coupling up to offer lovers a more sensual dining experience. The companies have collaborated with Canadian sexologist Dr. Carlen Costa as well as the head chefs at restaurants in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver to create special, limited-edition menu items from natural aphrodisiacs.
According to Dr. Costa, so-called aphrodisiacs can have many different health benefits beyond the sexual aspect. These include reducing stress, increasing blood flow, and stimulating the flow of dopamine to the brain.
Foodora and Durex's 'Valentine's Day Couples Specials' will only be available on February 14th, so couples will have just one chance to try the unique menu creations. Some of these dishes include the 'Sexy Smoothie Bowl' from Toronto's Calii Love, which comes with cacao and mixed berries, and 'The Cupid' from Montreal's Pizzeria Magpie, which has "libido-boosting" roasted asparagus and garlic oil.
Foodora and Durex and Partnering Up This Valentine's Day
1. Aphrodisiacal Dining - Collaboration between food delivery platforms and experts in sexology is a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies to offer unique menu creations
2. Natural Aphrodisiacs - Using natural ingredients that boost health benefits beyond sexual aspects is a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies
3. Limited-edition Specials - Offering limited-edition, exclusive menu items is a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies to attract customers during holidays
1. Food Delivery - Collaborating with experts and offering unique menus incorporating natural aphrodisiacs to attract customers can disrupt the food delivery industry
2. Sexology - Partnering with food delivery platforms to create special menus incorporating natural aphrodisiacs can disrupt the sexology industry and expand its impact on people's overall well-being.
3. Hospitality - Creating limited-edition exclusive menus to attract couples during holidays can disrupt the hospitality industry