foodpanda is now in Visayas and Mindanao

foodpanda is expanding its delivery to certain cities of Visayas and Mindanao.

foodpanda, the on-demand online food ordering and delivery service in the Philippines, is expanding its delivery to certain cities of Visayas and Mindanao. Earlier this year, foodpanda started its delivery in Luzon opening key provinces in Cavite (Bacoor, Imus, Tagaytay), Pampanga (Angeles, San Fernando), Laguna (San Pedro), Batangas (Lipa) and Baguio. Starting October, the famous delivery service fleet of pink riders will deliver delicious food from everyone’s favorite restaurants directly to customer’s doors in new cities opened in Davao (North Davao), Cebu (Lapu-Lapu & Mandaue) and the City of Smiles, Bacolod! 

Customers can enjoy the ease of having food delivered straight to their doorsteps. After a crazy commute and experiencing traffic, what could be better than a nice warm meal or a cold drink in the comfort of your own home? With the foodpanda app, everyone can easily order the food they love from the dozens of restaurants available in every cuisine possible whether American, Chinese and Japanese to well-loved local food of people from Visayas or Mindanao right on their doorstep. Whatever it is you’re craving, name it and foodpanda has it. 

“We are very happy to continue expanding and opening new cities to the list of areas we deliver to. As we turned five this year, the team believes that the region of Visayas and Mindanao has a similar potential to Manila in terms of growth and expansion with a lot of potential for food delivery. We intend to bring the best experience to consumers and are excited to see positive reactions from partner restaurants and customers,” says Argie Muyco, Head of Expansion for foodpanda Philippines.

Looking ahead, foodpanda is dedicated to bringing good food to everyone by expanding its services to more cities in the Philippines, meaning no more waiting for parking spaces, walking in the heat or rain, because foodpanda has your back!

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