Foodpanda partners with 40 restaurants in Hong Kong to test reusable food boxes

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Foodpanda will offer customers the choice of having their meals delivered in reusable containers from Monday, although the option will only be available in a few parts of Hong Kong Island during the initial phase.

Customers must pay a HK$10 (US$1.27) deposit for the plastic boxes, which they will have to return to collection points in office buildings and malls in Central, Admiralty, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay. There are seven collection points for a start, with two more to be added.

They will be rewarded with a HK$10 coupon for each container they return and this can be used for their next purchase at 40 restaurants involved in the trial. But if they do not return the container, their deposit will be forfeited. They can redeem up to HK$200 worth of coupons each time.

  • Customers don’t have to clean food boxes before returning them to collection points in CBD areas
  • Food delivery company’s 11-month trial will test customers’ response to 8,000 reusable meal boxes


To read more, please visit and reference to the link from SCMP.

To know more about this programme, please visit foodpanda’s official page.

Issued on Oct 03, 2022

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