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You can order all your favourite festival food on Deliveroo this week - here's what's on offer

Deliveroo is offering favourite festival food at home with a lineup of independent vendors, including Scottish restaurants.

Published: June 25, 2020
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Music fans will be able to get the taste of the summer festival experience at home this week, as Deliveroo launches a special ‘Festival Feeds’ section on its app (until 29 June), in support of its independent food partners.

With thousands of local food companies missing out on the chance to serve up grub on the British festival circuit this year due to the ongoing pandemic and restrictions in place, Deliveroo is spotlighting over 230 independent food partners across the UK who are offering festival dishes via the app.

Customers will be able to enjoy their favourite festival foods while recreating their favourite music experiences at home.

Live on Deliveroo’s app from 24th – 29th June, the launch of the new app feature means festival fans can get a taste of their favourite summer gigs delivered straight to their home or garden.

Arabella Jenkins at Deliveroo, said, “No festival is complete without a delicious dose of street food. With Glastonbury on hold this year, music fans can still get into the festival spirit using the new ‘Festival Feeds’ section on the app to order their favourite festival dishes whilst recreating the experience at home.”

Nick Watkins from El Perro Negro said, “It’s music to our ears that we’re getting a headline spot on the Deliveroo app.

"Whether you’re planning to watch on TV or you're pitching your tent in the garden, hopefully being able to enjoy your favourite music and munch will help keep the spirit of the summer festival season alive.” 

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For more information and to order, please visit the Deliveroo website.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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