Suppertime becomes foodora to bring food to hungry foodies – at any time

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Sydney – March 8th, 2016 – Australia’s premium food delivery service, Suppertime, is rebranding to foodora today. The rebrand marks improved technology for both customers and restaurants, in addition to the introduction of extended delivery hours.

In late 2015 Suppertime joined the foodora group, the fastest-growing food delivery company in the world and has since increased its orders tenfold. With the name-change the company is now incorporated into a global brand active in over 10 countries in 4 continents.

Started over ten years ago, Suppertime has been a key player in the Australian food delivery scene, working with only the very best restaurants including Chur Burger, Mamak, Gelato Messina, Hanoi Hannah and Golden Century to bring customers premium restaurant food, delivered to their door in 30 minutes. Today, it boasts a network of 700 handpicked partners in Sydney and Melbourne and is adding more to its platform weekly.

As the Suppertime service grew more popular, the interest in deliveries not just at supper time, but throughout the day increased significantly. The new name foodora (meaning food now) is therefore more fitting for the urban service bringing food to you, wherever you want it, whenever you need it throughout the day.

Along with the rebrand, foodora is stretching weekend delivery times to 10am – 10pm, introducing the most important meal of the weekend – a late, lazy breakfast. Now you can satisfy those Saturday morning cravings or do Sunday brunch straight from your couch. During the week, lunch, dinner and all your nibbles in between are catered for by foodora’s prompt weekday delivery (11am – 3pm, 5pm to 10pm).

“We both share the same ethos to revolutionise the delivery experience. foodora brings improved technology to the Australian market, building on our existing infrastructure to make the delivery experience even better – a goal which has driven Suppertime since the very beginning,” said co-founder and CEO Toon Gyssels.

While the brand becomes global, the company will still retain its Australian DNA. “Australians have a very special relationship to food, which empowers us to do delivery with a local touch”, said Gyssels. “While Suppertime becomes part of the foodora global brand, it will very much stay true to its Australian roots”.