date_range 08 Jul 2022
schedule 5-7 mins
This month saw Mealzo crown Local Heroes of the Month for outstanding contribution towards Glasgow Pride and the march that was held in Glasgow on the 25th of June
date_range 13 Jun 2022
schedule 5-10 mins
The Edinburgh Evening News hosts a wonderful event each year, the Edinburgh Restaurant Awards which promotes the best restaurants and takeaways in the city. Always hosted in a beautiful venue, with wonderful food and a guest list of the city’s best chefs, takeaways,
date_range 20 Apr 2022
schedule 3-5 mins
The Local Hero Initiative is where Mealzo collaborates with takeaway or restaurant partner to donate to a local charity. Supporting the local community is important to us and our partners and we hope to expand on this campaign in the future, wherever possible.
date_range 25 Mar 2022
schedule 3-5 mins
There has been increasing concern lately amongst those in the food industry surrounding the inflation rate. Everyone from food production to restaurateurs is tentatively eyeing their invoices as prices continually increase. Over the last decade, the UK has seen an alarming rise in the number of food banks springing up all over the country. With the cost of food becoming too high, some people are left with no choice but to seek alternatives.
date_range 19 Feb 2022
schedule 3-5 mins
Social media has taken over the food industry in an unprecedented way. Not only in our lives and how we connect with people, but in the way we consume advertisements. Big platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok, and YouTube, have seen a massive surge of restaurants and takeaways which employ marketing and social media managers to promote themselves. The most popular social media platforms have at least 2 billion active users.
date_range 20 Jan 2022
schedule 3-5 mins
Food ordering portals in the UK are entering a very precarious time. We are on the precipice of major change. A good change most will agree, as it is a shift in power leaning towards our local takeaways and restaurants. The time of high commissioners, those platforms who are taking around 30% commission per order every time you order from your nearby takeaway is coming to an end.