FOOD DELIVERY SERVICES

Non-profit food delivery platform helps hawkers to go online

While Mr Jack Ong, 31, was lining up to buy chwee kueh, the hawker told him that business had been bad during the circuit breaker period.

Food delivery sector booms in a time of coronavirus

Demand for food delivery services has increased by about 20 to 30 per cent since a ban on dining-in kicked in on April 7. Besides customers, new food and beverage operators and workers have also...

Coronavirus: Food delivery firms take steps to guard against infections

At least four GrabFood delivery riders have been suspended and more than a hundred others warned for failing to comply with safe distancing rules.

Coronavirus: Delivery riders in Singapore taking precautions, but worry about earnings

Food delivery rider Clare Tan has been working on an almost daily basis since last September but her daily routine has changed significantly in recent weeks.

Food delivery fees in spotlight

Restaurant owners have come together to petition food delivery platforms to lower the commissions they charge, as food and beverage outlets here continue to bleed in the coronavirus pandemic....

Food delivery riders who breach distancing rules to be blacklisted

Food delivery riders who do not adhere to safe distancing guidelines will be blacklisted for 12 months.

97% of cash advances repaid in a timely manner: Grab

Most of the payments disbursed under Grab's cash advance programme have been returned in a timely manner, the company said yesterday.

New poll highlights concern over gig workers' prospects

Food delivery riders and ride-hailing drivers in Singapore tend to be young and low-income, a survey found.

Grant conditional exception to food delivery riders

The ban of electric scooters came too suddenly, even though I agree it is necessary for the sake of pedestrian safety. It caught many off guard leaving them with no time to make adjustments.

Online grocers step up their game

The online grocery scene here is headed for the fast lane, with food delivery platform Foodpanda being the latest to jump onto the bandwagon.

GrabFood seeks understanding as riders adjust to e-scooter ban

Customers should be prepared for longer waits and cancelled orders when a ban on the use of electric scooters on public footpaths kicks in today, said food delivery provider GrabFood.