The importance of ordering takeaways right now

Just because we’ve gone to Level 3, doesn’t mean we have to stop supporting the local hospitality industry. They need your custom now more than ever, and while for the short term we can’t dine-in, we can get online and see who is offering takeaway services.

It’s important that we all appreciate the ramifications of shutting an operation’s doors so swiftly, particularly when it comes to the fresh meat, seafood and produce that has already been ordered to prepare meals. Most of these food supplies are perishable, and therefore must be used, or worse still, disposed of. 


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So doing your bit to order from your favourite spots, who are doing everything they can through this new wave, to remain as unscathed as possible, is a charitable endeavour.

At Level 3, many of your favourite eateries are offering contactless pickups and delivery. Remember, we’ve done this before, we can do it again. We’re all in this together.

We encourage you to check the websites, Instagram and Facebook accounts of your favourites to see what you can do to support them.

Stay tuned to Denizen.co.nz and @denizenmagazine for more updates.

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