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Dinner in a flash

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UberEATS and Food Lover’s Market created a partnership that will help time-strapped South Africans to get dinner ready in a flash.

The UberEATS app can now be used to order a meal kit comprising fresh ingredients and an easy-to-follow recipe for Food Lover’s Market.

“Our aim has always been to innovate and evolve the food delivery industry and this partnership has enabled us to do just that,” says Nic Robertson, general manager of UberEATS South Africa.

“This was really a no-brainer for us. Our Love Movement marketing campaign was designed to get South Africans back into the kitchen and cooking delicious food for their loved ones, despite the fast pace of everyday life. This partnership affords us the opportunity to offer our customers the convenience of ordering meal kits on the go,” says Brian Coppin, CEO of Food Lover’s Market.

Food Lover’s Market meal kits start at R160, with recipes ranging from topside roast to spaghetti bolognese. To order, follow the instructions below:

1. Download the UberEATS app from the iTunes or Android app store.

2. Login with your same Uber account credentials, or set up an account.

3. Select the dish (or dishes) you want to make.

4.  Press “place order” and wait while your meal kit is prepared, or track the status of your order on the app.

5. An Uber delivery partner will deliver your order to your door.

6. Your receipt will be sent to your email address associated with your Uber account.

Initially meal kits will only be available from the following Food Lover's Market stores Nicolway, Chilli on Top, (Johannesburg), Roeland Street and Tokai (Cape Town). More stores will be added soon.

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