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Uber Eats celebrates outstanding merchants at the second annual merchant awards

From left to right: Daniel Kinyua, Head of Operations, Ando Foods; Stella Odiwuor, Brand & Marketing Manager at Ando Foods; Vineet NR, Co-Founder & COO, Ando Foods; Edwin Majune, Head Chef, Ando Foods and Kui Mbugua, General Manager, Uber Eats Kenya at the Uber Eats Merchant Awards held at the Ole Sereni Hotel, Nairobi.

Uber Eats celebrated excellence in the restaurant and merchant industry during its second annual Merchant Awards.

The event held at Ole Sereni, brought together small, medium, and large restaurant businesses, as well as non-food merchants such as  (supermarket, grocery players, pharmacies, liquor merchants and more) who have gone above and beyond in providing exceptional service to consumers throughout the year, on the Uber Eats platform.

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According to Kui Mbugua, General Manager for Uber Eats, Kenya, the Awards provide an opportunity to celebrate the hard work and dedication of merchants who use the Uber Eats platform.

She added: “We are proud to work with such incredible merchants who consistently go above and beyond to deliver exceptional food, goods, and services. Their dedication to quality and innovation has played a significant role in the growth and success of Uber Eats in Kenya. Uber Eats remains committed to nurturing and promoting the growth of the Kenyan hospitality and retail industry.”

The Uber Eats Merchant Awards are derived from consumer votes for various merchants as well as operational excellence metrics, based on Uber Eats data and operational metrics.

Trufena Oyatsi, Account Coordinator at Uber Eats shared: “We are delighted to spotlight the exceptional merchants who make our platform thrive. Beyond food delivery, Uber Eats’ expansion into new categories is a testament to our dedication to meeting the diverse needs of consumers. We have taken great steps to offer more to our consumers and our merchant partners have been a key to that success.”

The addition of grocery and everyday essentials, pharmaceuticals, beauty and wellness, and alcohol, among others, showcases Uber Eats’ ambition to evolve into a comprehensive delivery platform.

During the ceremony, award categories included, Best African Cuisine, Best Burger, Best Coffee Cafe. Ando Foods was named the Restaurant of the Year and received a prize of Ksh 250,000 in promotional funds. The winners of these awards represent a diverse group of businesses that have excelled in providing top-notch services to consumers while embracing the ever-evolving landscape of the digital age.

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