Given the tightening of safe management measures from 16 May through 13 June 2021, we have re-introduced the Food Delivery Booster Package and will be extending the support from 16 May to 15 July 2021 to support affected F&B businesses. Eligible companies will be able to defray business costs of going online through the following:
If your business is currently fulfilling delivery orders through third party logistics partners (i.e. Lalamove, Pickupp, Zeek Logistics, GrabExpress, pandago, Chope, DLVRD, MilkRun and YY Circle), the package will fund 20% of the delivery cost per trip, for orders made between 16 May to 15 July 2021. This excludes delivery orders received through Deliveroo, foodpanda, GrabFood and Bungkus, but fulfilled through the above third party logistics partners. There is no cap on the qualifying food delivery transaction value.
To qualify, local F&B businesses must be selling food that is prepared on premise for immediate consumption. This covers smaller establishments such as hawker stalls and cafes, to larger outfits such as food caterers and restaurants. Merchants retailing only pre-packaged products, e.g. snacks, ice cream, are excluded.
Delivery orders received on eligible food delivery platforms (i.e. Deliveroo, foodpanda, GrabFood and Bungkus) fulfilled through the shortlisted third-party logistics providers should be excluded from the 20% delivery cost support.
The support of 20% per delivery cost will be disbursed through the following third party logistics partners – Lalamove, Pickupp, Zeek Logistics, GrabExpress, pandago, Chope, DLVRD, MilkRun and YY Circle. We encourage companies to contact the participating third party logistics partner directly via the contact details listed below to find out more.1
From 16 May to 15 July 2021, F&B businesses who are existing operators on and new entrants to four online food delivery platforms – Deliveroo, foodpanda, GrabFood and Bungkus – will receive a reduction of five percentage points of the commission cost charged by the food delivery platforms under the Food Delivery Booster Package2. There is no cap on the qualifying food delivery transaction value.
F&B businesses that are already operating on any of the three food delivery platforms below are eligible for the reduction in commission costs; no application is required.
F&B businesses that are currently not on board any of these three food delivery platforms can contact them directly via the contact details listed below to find out more: