Deliveroo UAE has just announced that one of their recently launched Roo Vans will be dedicated to distributing iftar meals to all riders throughout the month of Ramadan. From the first to the last day of the holy month, any cyclist through the UAE who sights the Roo Van will be able to grab an iftar meal between 2 p.m. and iftar.
Earlier this year, the leading food delivery service rolled out the Roo Van as part of its ongoing commitment to providing a safe working environment for Deliveroo passengers. The purpose of the Roo Van is to provide assistance to the cyclist on the move, to ensure that the bikes are kept in top condition and to provide basic first aid if and when required. Given the success of the Roo Van among racers, the award-winning food delivery service has announced that more vans will be added to the fleet, alongside the addition of more valuable offerings.
In light of Ramadan, Deliveroo has launched its second Roo Van dedicated to delivering meals to all passengers across the UAE. The Ramadan Roo Van will make pit stops across the country allowing any runner to pick up an iftar meal, water and dates as well as a prayer mat. The van will store a limited number of meals per day and passengers will be able to claim their iftar on a first-come, first-served basis. Covering all the cities Deliveroo currently operates in, Ramadan Roo Van will move to a different emirate each day and operate between 2pm and Iftar. Runners from all aggregators are invited to collect their free iftar meals. With the exception of Sunday, the Roo Van will be in a different city each day of the week, including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, Ajman and Ras Al Khaimah.
With this initiative, Deliveroo has embraced the spirit of Ramadan as a thank you to all runners dedicated to delivering food across the country.
Anis Harb, GM, Deliveroo GCC said: “At Deliveroo, we are always looking for opportunities to celebrate and support the communities in which we operate. All food deliverers are a key part of our UAE community and we want to make sure their iftars are taken. care as they continue to do incredible work across the country.