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Foodmandu removes minimum order value policy, reduces delivery fee

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KATHMANDU: Foodmandu, Nepal's first and most popular food delivery company, has removed the minimum order value policy and reduced the delivery fee.

In order to enhance convenience and cater to every food lover's needs, Foodmandu has eliminated the minimum order value of Rs 500. Along with this, Foodmandu has also reduced its delivery charges.

Consumers will no longer need to be bound by a minimum order value of Rs 500. For those placing smaller orders below Rs 500, a nominal small order fee of just Rs 50 will be applicable. In response to customer feedback and changing market dynamics, Foodmandu has removed the minimum order requirement, allowing customers to order their preferred meals without any restrictions.

In addition to the removal of the minimum order value, Foodmandu is also rolling out a revamped delivery fee policy. For distances up to 1.5 kilometres (km), the delivery charge is just Rs 25. And for distances beyond 1.5km, there will be an additional charge of Rs 25 per km. For example, if the delivery distance is 3.5km, the delivery charge will be Rs 75 (Rs 25 + Rs 25*2). However, if the order value exceeds Rs 1000, the maximum charge will be Rs 75, even for longer distances.

Commenting on this, Manohar Adhikari, Founder and MD of Foodmandu, said, "We are excited to announce that we have removed the Rs 500 minimum order policy and reduced delivery fees align with our mission to make food delivery accessible and convenient for all. It’s a direct response to our valuable consumers' feedback and their evolving preferences. We are always committed to consumer satisfaction, and these changes reflect our dedication to providing affordable, convenient, and accessible food delivery services to every Nepali consumer. With the removal of the minimum order requirement and reduced delivery fees, customers can explore an even broader selection of dishes without worrying about order size constraints or excessive charges"

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JUNE 2024

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