Bolt Food, Ghana’s leading food delivery platform, won the National FMCG Food Logistics Company of the Year on the last night of the National FMCG Summit 2022 held at Labadi Beach on June 3.
The National FMCG Summit is one of the platforms that facilitates the exchange of ideas between renowned leaders in the Ghanaian and global FMCG industry. This year’s theme focused on “Codes of Winning in this New Reality, Sustaining Winning Brands with the New Consumer”.
It served as a space where critical growth enablers could ensure that business continuity and momentum are established across the industry in the near future.
Bolt Food, launched in 2020, is an easy and accessible platform for restaurants and food vendors to connect with customers without any hassle. It was the first of its kind by any ride-hailing service provider in Ghana. It launched with a whole new experience of enjoying up to 50% discount from selected online food vendors and having food delivered to the patron’s doorstep.
Bolt Food is proud to be the youngest company to be awarded the National FMCG Food Logistics Company of the Year from the summit.
The award recognises Bolt Food for its outstanding leadership, tireless efforts, and phenomenal influence on Ghana’s FMCG growth.
Ali Zaryab, Bolt Food Country Manager, “As Bolt Food, we have leveraged our experience in operations, logistics and existing technology along with hundreds of thousands of couriers to build the best food delivery network where we operate. We have thousands of users who already actively use our product and trust the Bolt brand. So offering a new product for our active users is the logical next step for us.”
Bolt Food customers have embraced ordering food from KFC, Papa’s Pizza, Chicken Inn, Doughman, Pizzaman Chickenman and many other eateries.
Bolt Food is available in Osu, East Legon, Airport, Cantonments, Tema, Kasoa, Weija, Dzorwulu, Labone, Ridge, Tesano, Abelemkpe, Ayawaso Central, East, North and West Municipal Districts, Osu-Circle, Airport-37, East Legon, Lapaz, Sowutuom, Tantra Hill, Taifa, Awoshie, Adenta, Ashaley Botwe, Ashongman, and Ogbodjo among others.
“At Bolt, we are constantly upgrading to optimize the online delivery experience for online retailers and consumers alike. It is fulfilling that our efforts to ensure smooth delivery of food items to customers have resulted in our being recognised as the best platform today; we believe there is still more room to become even more efficient in this online delivery space,” concluded Zaryab.
Download the Bolt Food app from the app store of your choice and scroll through the restaurants available in your location. Restaurants wanting to join the platform can contact Bolt Food directly here.
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