Blue November: iFood offers free consultations for delivery people

Health promotion campaign will take place in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Porto Alegre and Salvador.

Health promotion campaign will take place in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Porto Alegre and Salvador. There will be 2 thousand telemedicine consultations carried out in partnership with AVUS

São Paulo, November 9, 2021 – iFood carries out an unprecedented campaign for delivery partners in reference to Blue November, the month of combat to prostate cancer. The initiative, aimed at all delivery drivers registered and active on the iFood platform, will offer 2,000 free telemedicine consultations with a general practitioner throughout the month of November. The action is carried out in partnership with Avus, through which couriers have access to health benefits free of charge, with the right to consultations and medicines at more affordable costs.

Avus can be accessed through the Delivery de Vantagens program link, an exclusive benefits club within the iFood app for Delivery People. After receiving the communication through the app, which will start this week, delivery people in the squares of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Porto Alegre and Salvador will be able to schedule the appointment via telemedicine. The action seeks to encourage self-care and prevention, focusing on the health and well-being of delivery partners. In October, the same was done with the delivery partners, including a statement from a participant:


Prostate cancer is the most common type among men and causes the death of 28.6% of the male population. According to the National Cancer Institute, 65,840 new cases are expected in Brazil this year alone. To raise awareness about this and other health problems, the Brazilian Society of Urology (SBU) brought the theme “Health Is Also Men's Talk”, inviting all men to become aware of the care necessary to maintain a good quality of life.

About iFood

iFood, a reference in online food delivery in Latin America, has 60 million monthly orders. Having been on the market for ten years, the Brazilian company is also present in Colombia. It works together with partners with initiatives that bring together business intelligence and management solutions for the approximately 270 thousand restaurants registered in more than a thousand cities throughout Brazil. iFood has important investors, such as Movile, a global leader in mobile marketplaces, and Just Eat, one of the largest online ordering companies in the world. iFood News was recently launched, an iFood news portal that promotes current topics such as the New Economy and content about business curiosities, partners' success stories in addition to addressing trends and innovation in the segment.

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