Amidst the madness and uncertainty of a global pandemic, many Singaporeans have taken the opportunity to reconnect with the outdoors, appreciate the stillness of nature and even cultivate their green thumb with some indoor gardening. In celebration of Earth Month, Deliveroo has teamed up with your favourite restaurants across the island to help bring the power of green into your diet.

In a Censuswide survey* commissioned last year, Deliveroo found that Singaporean foodies intend to continue their efforts to live a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle in 2021. Nearly half of respondents expressed that they would like sustainable foods to continue to be a key food trend this year (48%), are keen to replace some meat dishes with plant-based food (43%) and plan to include dairy-free alternatives in their diets (49%). There’s no better reason than Earth Month to start putting our words to action.

Not sure where to begin? With these deliciously sustainable promos from Swensen’s, Three Buns, PizzaExpress, Good Food People and Spizza on Deliveroo, you’re spoiled for choice.

Swensen’s – IMPOSSIBLE™ Deliveroo Box

If three is your crowd, you can’t go wrong with the Swensen’s IMPOSSIBLE™ Deliveroo Box, now available exclusively on Deliveroo. Each bundle provides three burger meals which you can customise to your tastes. Choose from their popular ImpossibleTM burgers, whose sales since 2019 have collectively saved over 53,000 trees. To do their part for nature, Swensen’s has also removed single-use straws from their dine-in outlets and made 80% of their takeaway materials biodegradable.

The IMPOSSIBLE™ Deliveroo Box comes with a selection of 3 ImpossibleTM burgers (choice of Cheese, Rendang, Mushroom or Garlic Aioli), each burger is served with signature U.S. fries and mozzarella cheese sticks, a drink and soup of the day. From now till 30 April, the delicious set is available at just $58.29 (40% off usual price $97.15) at all Swensen’s outlets on Deliveroo.

Three Buns – Le Big Mock

Are you a burger lover? Three Buns is bringing back the Le Big Mock, a beloved creation from their past Earth Month menu. The restaurant’s extensive plant-based menu has contributed up to 30% of sales, confirming Singaporeans’ appetite for sustainable food with big flavours.

The Le Big Mock features smashed 80g Impossible™ meat patties, dill and toasted caraway seed, soya milk mayo, cucumber and jalapeno pickle, shredded lettuce, with vegan cheddar in a toasted mango flour sesame bun. From now till April 30th, order the Le Big Mock for S$24 ++ at Three Buns Quayside, Robertson Quay, Potato Head Keong Saik.


 PizzaExpress – Earth Day Bundle

Carb load in the name of nature with PizzaExpress’ new Earth Day Bundle, featuring their best-selling doughballs and an indulgent pizza made with Impossible™. Past sustainability efforts of PizzaExpress include the launch of vegan and vegetarian offerings under their Verde Menu, featuring plant-based meat alternatives.

The Earth Day Bundle comes with one Doppio Doughball dish, one Impossible™ Teriyaki Romana Pizza and two Coke cans. From now until 25th April, this feast for two is available for S$39.38 (20% off usual price) on PizzaExpress Islandwide.


 Good Food People by SaladStop! – Plant-based foods on-demand

If you’re always on the go, you can continue to eat more sustainably with Good Food People’s plant-based, ready-to-eat products. Available on Deliveroo Islandwide, the online marketplace was established by SaladStop! to make plant-based food options convenient, accessible and fun. Choose from over 130 products, ranging from essential ingredients, sauces and plant-based alternatives to meal bundles.

Best-sellers include Chickpea patty, Falafel, Kung Pao Heura Chicken and Beyond Italian Meatballs, ranging from S$3.90-S$15.80.

Spizza – Pizza Primavera: Superfood pizza with eco-friendly packaging

Pizza restaurant chain Spizza has introduced their own take on a classic Pizza Primavera using the colourful superfood, beetroot. This dish is sure to be a feast for the eyes and taste buds, with healthy toppings of asparagus, egg and tomatoes. For that added fun for children, Spizza also uses Pasta straws at dine-in outlets and eco-friendly kraft packaging for takeaway and delivery.

The Pizza Primavera (12”) is made with beetroot dough, homemade tomato sauce, mozzarella, beetroot slices, asparagus, hard-boiled egg, feta cheese and mixed cherry tomatoes. From now until 30th April 2021 order this creation for S$26.50 at all Spizza outlets on Deliveroo exclusively.

By becoming more conscious of how we dine and what we eat, we can live out our Earth Month pledge to protect the environment in April and beyond. In the months to come, you can also consider avoiding single-use takeaway packaging by opting in for barePack reusable containers at over 50 participating restaurants on Deliveroo, the next time you place an order for delivery or pick-up.

While saving the environment can be a daunting task, our everyday efforts can effect lasting change over time. If you’re a foodie, then the answer is right on your plate!


*The data was collected via Censuswide survey conducted on behalf of Deliveroo in Q4 2020, among 1,003 respondents in Singapore.

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