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Food Delivery Booster Package extended for one more month

Enterprise Singapore extends the programme that supports food and beverage businesses in providing food delivery services.

Enterprise Singapore (ESG) extended the Food Delivery Booster Package for another month, to end on June 15.

The programme would support Food and Beverage businesses to diversify its operations to food delivery.

New partners for the initiative include Bungkus, Chope, GrabExpress, pandago, DLVRD, Milkrun and YY Circle, bringing the total number of partners supporting the initiative to 13.

Through this programme, the ESG will fund 5% of the commission costs charged by food delivery platforms, or 20% of the delivery costs for food delivery orders of third-party logistic platforms.

The extension would allow the programme to support these food and beverage businesses for the duration of the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) period, which would be lifted on June 14.

Dining-in at food and beverage outlets will resume on June 21, with a maximum group size of five people.

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