Jumia food Uganda announced the return of its food festival, Jumia Food Fest 2021 in Uganda that started on 10th May to 23rd May, a great opportunity for customers to get their favourite meals at amazing discounts. The Jumia Uganda Food festival that was held last year has returned and customers can access the Jumia food app to order meals at affordable rates.
The Jumia Food Fest 2021 in Uganda is an online festival that was launched last year as a way for customers to enjoy discounted rates for meals from their favorite restaurants. Citing a great amount of success, the festival is back this month. Jumia food has collaborated with a number of well-known restaurants like KFC, Food Hub, Kapital Kitchen, Holy Crepe, Java House, Pizza Hut and so many more for this festival.
According to the Kampala post, Jumia Uganda CEO Ron Kawamara said, “Last year’s Jumia Food Festival was very well received by both our consumers and our vendors so there was no question about bringing it back this year. The festival is a chance for vendors to showcase their wide array of products and for consumers to enjoy affordable pricing and safe delivery to their doorstep.”
Promotions exclusive of the Jumia Food fest 2021 in Uganda
The festival that will last two weeks from 10th May to 23rd May comes along with other promotions that customers can enjoy. Along with discounts on meals, customers can enjoy deals as part of the festival like Jumia Prime and Flash Sales.
Among the promotions available for Jumia Food’s customers is the flash sale. An offer available to customers with the Jumia app, it is available at specific hours of the day with meals sold at bigger discounts than the rest. The offer is only avaialble briefly so take note of the hours it goes live so that you won’t miss out.
Jumia Prime is also available where customers can subscribe and enjoy free delivery on all their orders via the Jumia Food app this festival.
Some of the offers available during the festival include rolexes from Ugaroll at Shs2,500, local food from Super Lunch at Shs3,000, KFC Streetwise 2 at 10,000 as well as 50% off on meals from Java House, Kuku Box and many more.
With the ongoing pandemic resulting in unprecedented outcomes, many Ugandans have found themselves dependent more on online retail stores and restaurants in order to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Many online delivery businesses have thrived as a result of a range of providers shifting to digital spaces to reach their customers.
Jumia Food being among the pioneers in the online restaurant business has achieved tremendous growth over the years as it discovers new and better ways to give its customers a better experience as gratitude for all their support.