Food Panda is one of the most famous Pakistani food and grocery delivery service. Especially with the advent of Ramadan, we have all grown accustomed to waiting for the rider to bring us our much-awaited iftari. Some of us even generously tip the rider for his hard work. It is worthy of mention that Food Panda faced massive issues in terms of connectivity and orders. They accepted any kind of order that was headed their way without raising many objections. However, the one who had placed the order would later know that the respective restaurant that they had ordered from had shut down. Food Panda operators would call them, saying that a certain ‘technical error’ had their order canceled. There were also issues regarding the on-time delivery of the orders. All of that resulted in the delivery service facing massive backlash in terms of performance.
However, in past few years especially since the advent of the pandemic, Food Panda has improved their service qualitatively. What once impeded their smooth operations has been taken care of rather quickly. Due to pandemic, people became overly dependent on the food and delivery services. Heeding it as one of the potential opportunities to improve their services, Food Panda ended up becoming far better than it was before.
Only recently, Food Panda has also taken a new initiative that will ensure a better quality of delivery service. Food Panda has recently joined hands with Punjab Food Authority (PFA) to train home chefs on standards of hygiene and enhanced safety protocols.
A training session has already taken place with the objective of training the home chefs on culture of food safety all across Punjab. Mustafa Dogar, Additional DG, PFA said that he was very glad to join hands with Food Panda. Their main goal is to promote the food safety culture and encourage everyone to adhere to the safety protocols to ensure quality delivery.
Food Panda has brought thousands of home chefs together who are selling their food through online platforms. They are able to sell their cuisines to the desired buyers. Now that the food delivery service has joined hands with PFA, things are only bound to become better for talented home chefs, as well as, for the customers.