This article is dedicated to making you know about some food delivery apps in Ghana, so if you are looking to use any of the apps, then this article is a great fit for you.
About Food Delivery
Food delivery is a courier service in which food is delivered to a customer by a restaurant, store, or independent food-delivery company. An order is typically placed via a restaurant or grocer’s website or mobile app, or via a food ordering service.
Entrees, sides, drinks, desserts, and grocery items are commonly delivered in boxes or bags.
Normally, the delivery person will drive a car, but in larger cities where homes and restaurants are closer together, they may ride bikes or motorized scooters.
Online food delivery via third-party companies has recently become a thriving industry, sparking a delivery revolution. Autonomous vehicles, for example, have also been used to complete deliveries.
Customers can pay online or in person, with cash or card, depending on the delivery company. A flat rate delivery fee is frequently charged in addition to what the customer has purchased. Depending on the circumstances, no delivery fees are sometimes charged.
Food Delivery Apps in Ghana
Food delivery apps have come to be a part of Ghanaian society, and this is because several people now prefer ordering food in Ghana from the comfort of their homes from these apps.
There are quite a number of food delivery apps in Ghana, and below are the details of these apps. Check them out;
Jumia Food – Jumia Food is Ghana’s most convenient online food ordering site, connecting people with over 200 of Ghana’s best restaurants in their immediate vicinity.
Managers of Jumia Food believe that food is a pleasure, and that ordering food should be a quick and enjoyable experience. Ordering from Jumia Food is as simple as following a three-step recipe. All you have to do is search for restaurants that deliver near you, browse hundreds of menus to find the food you want, pay from your phone using Tigo Cash or MTN Mobile Money – we also accept cash on delivery – and your food will be prepared and delivered to your door.
Uber Eats – Uber Eats is a food ordering and delivery platform that Uber launched in 2014. Couriers deliver meals in cars, scooters, bikes, or on foot. It operates in over 6,000 cities in 45 countries, including some in Ghana.
Bolt Food – On the Bolt Food app, you can order food from a variety of restaurants. You can also request groceries. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices.
Bolt Food was created by the ride-hailing tech company Bolt to challenge the efficiency of the food and grocery delivery industry around the world, while also helping shops and stores get more orders and couriers earn extra money.
HubTel – HubTel is one of the top apps in Ghana and you can order any food of your choice. One thing that you should know is that you can also do other things aside from ordering food on the HubTel app.
Glovo – Glovo is a Spanish e-commerce startup founded in 2015 in Barcelona. It is a courier service that buys, picks up, and delivers products ordered through its mobile app.
It provides a variety of services, the most popular of which is food delivery. Oscar Pierre and Sacha Michaud founded the company.
Glovo is currently operational in 25 countries, including Ghana, as of January 2019.
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