Grab PH, FoodSHAP team up to raise safety and quality of food delivery
Grab PH, FoodSHAP team up to raise safety and quality of food delivery
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In line with World Food Safety Day, Grab Philippines recently announced its latest initiatives to ramp up safety, hygiene, and quality standards in the food delivery industry.

In partnership with the Food Safety and Hygiene Academy of the Philippines (FoodSHAP), Grab Philippines has placed added measures to help ensure cleanliness, safety, and quality in the entire food delivery life cycle.

FoodSHAP is the country’s premier educational institution that helps instill food safety and quality.

Backed with years of expertise in developing internationally recognized certificate programs for top chefs, restaurant owners, and food handlers, FoodSHAP is the first food safety certificate program developer in Asia fully accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and is recognized by the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Education (DepEd).

“These efforts ladder up to Grab’s broader GrabProtect program where Grab Philippines continues to raise the bar for food safety and quality — giving consumers greater peace of mind that their food orders are prepared following strict safety and quality standards,” Grab claimed in its statement.

Grab Philippines said that since customers utilizing food delivery services have exponentially grown, user expectations have also evolved — looking more at safety and quality.

“As the industry leader in food delivery, Grab Philippines is taking the lead in effecting positive change. This partnership with FoodSHAP and new measures will further strengthen consumer trust in the Grab platform and in our partners, contributing to improved sales, and better livelihoods,” the company noted.

Grab Philippines revealed its numerous measures that will continue to leverage its platform and partnership with FoodSHAP to further raise the standards of safety, hygiene, and quality throughout the entire food delivery life cycle

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