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Just Eat-Sodexo Partnership Launches in Belgium

27.05.2021, 14:21

Just Eat-Sodexo Partnership Launches in Belgium

Just Eat and Sodexo have selected Belgium for the launch of a new partnership that will allow users of the global online food delivery marketplace to pay with Sodexo’s meal card.

Meals may now be ordered at a wide variety of Belgian restaurants via the website and app, with more countries, including France, to join the scheme later this year. 

By creating a fast and secure payment experience, the partnership represents a major opportunity for the more than 1.300 restaurants in Belgium which have registered with Just Eat.

Aurélien Sonet, Global CEO of Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services, explains: “This partnership continues to illustrate the acceleration of the digitalisation of Sodexo. Teleworking has had a huge impact on our eating habits and has transformed the way we have lunch. In this evolution, we want to offer our consumers easy and flexible options for their meals, while supporting local restaurants. It is a great step forward to addressing the new challenges of the workplace and employee experience at work and beyond.”

Imad Qutob, Senior Director Corporate Solutions at Just Eat, adds: “We are continuously developing new product features and innovations which are all about empowering your every food moment, including lunch. The collaboration with Sodexo connects more consumers worldwide with the wide choice of offering on our platforms. No matter if you work from the office, home or remotely, there is always a restaurant of choice nearby.”

The move follows Sodexo’s announcement in April 2021 of an agreement to provide holders of its Pass Restaurant card in France with access to the online ordering and payment facilities provided by the UBER Eats app.

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