VIDEO: JUST EAT Canada Provides Free Delivery for 70% of Restaurants they Cater to Nationwide

JUST EAT Canada is completely removing delivery fees for 70% of the restaurants they deliver for.

CANADA — As an industry first, JUST EAT Canada announced that they will be providing free delivery service to seventy percent of the restaurants they cater nationwide.

This is something that has never been attempted in Canada before, and will change the industry forever.

JUST EAT brought out a fleet of EcoCabs in the Toronto and Ottawa areas, offering free lifts, coupons and other treats to JUST EAT customers.


What is JUST EAT?

Those unaware, JUST EAT Canada is the nation’s largest and fastest growing food delivery app. The justeat.ca website and phone app enable local restaurants and customers to connect, offering two platforms for ordering food delivery.

JUST EAT Canada caters to over 4,500 restaurants across the nation, with a focus on major cities.


JUST EAT Canada released a video along-side the press release:
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“JUST EAT is committed to ensuring customers have the best delivery experience and this is an extension of that,” explains Davis. “Partnering with Lauren to spread the word about JUST EAT’s new free delivery offer was a fun way to give back to foodies and spotlight two popular, Toronto neighbourhood restaurants on JUST EAT” explains Davis.Just Eat Canada

A large percentage of restaurants in Edmonton using the JUST EAT service are a part of this 70%, providing free delivery service to the Edmonton Metropolitan Area.

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It is not known if JUST EAT Canada will be providing this free delivery service to 100% of its Canadian restaurant partnerships at this time.


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