general info A NEW NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT LOCAL FOOD BUSINESSES
A New Nationwide Campaign Launched To Support Local Food Businesses
Updated on 26 April 2020

Global food service company, Unilever Food Solutions, has launched a nationwide campaign across the UAE called ‘Yallah Let’s Order’, with an aim to promote and support local restaurants and eateries in the country. The campaign thereby dedicates one day each week where consumers can share visuals of their meals ordered in through their favourite restaurant using the hashtag ‘#YallahLetsOrder’ on their social media channels. 

The mechanisms are simple!

1. Give a call or simply place an order online of a meal you’ve been craving for.

2. Post a picture or video of your meal on Instagram, tagging ‘#YallahLetsOrder’.

3. Encourage your fellow colleagues, friends and family to share on their platforms as well!

4. Keep the ball rolling every week – this is just the beginning!

Thinking of having some piping hot Ramen or noodles, a meaty burger, delicious rice dishes or even a simple bowl of vegan goodness? Don’t hesitate and order away.

Take a break from cooking. Sit back, relax and browse through the various delivery apps and scout the best deals, offers and family combos to save some bucks. During this time, food safety is everything. Opt for contact-less delivery whne you checkout, while continuing to support your favourite local restaurants.

It’s a small part that we as the community can all play to help bring in traffic to your local restaurant, at a time they need it most.

Just because you can’t eat at your favourite restaurant doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favourite meal. Gather and reach out to your community of colleagues, friends and family and spread the word! Consider taking a night off from cooking every now and then and order in! What are you waiting for? #YallahLetsOrder’

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