iFood competes for the sixth Reclame Aqui Award

The company is once again one of those recommended among those that invest in ethical relationships with its customers

iFood is a Brazilian technology company which is constantly growing – and today it is the leading food delivery platform in the country. Alongside his customers, he is now looking for another achievement: the sixth Reclame AQUI Award. 

In 2022, the iFood won this award for the fifth time in the “Food – Delivery” category (and also won the Customer Service Professional category). 

The Reclame AQUI Award is in its 13th edition and recognizes companies that are most dedicated to establishing an ethical and transparent relationship with their customers. This year, the award has 1,220 companies nominated.

To compete, companies need to have a good reputation on Reclame AQUI, according to consumer evaluations. Then, it is the popular vote that decides who wins the prize.

Voting is already taking place and anyone over 18 can participate. Just register with Reclame HERE and leave your vote on the award website by 11:59 pm on 11/18. The winning company will be announced at the awards ceremony, which will be held on December 12th.

I want to vote for iFood, how do I do that?

Our journey with the Reclame AQUI Award has been incredible, and this was only possible thanks to our loyal and engaged customers. 

Together, we have already won five titles that recognize our commitment to quality service and problem solving. 

To vote for iFood, just follow these steps:

  • Access the Food and Drinks category on the Reclame Award website HERE 
  • Register on the website (or enter your login if you have already registered)
  • Look for the “Food Delivery” category and click “Vote”
  • Choose iFood as your favorite company and click “Vote Now!”
  • Follow the instructions to confirm your vote.

Here's a tip: after voting, you can invite friends, family and colleagues who are also iFood fans to, together, win this hexa!

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