A workplace food program employees love and look forward to every day.
Here are a few perks of having the Fooda app:
• See which restaurants are visiting your office (and get alerts about brand new restaurants too!)
• Get reminders so you never miss your favorite restaurants (no more FOMO)
• Get access to special promotions and savings
The Fooda app is for people who currently have Fooda available at their workplace. We are in over a dozen cities across the country—and counting!
Have some feedback? We'd love to hear from you - email us at email@example.com
We are always working hard to make improvements, so please continue to send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate it!
- Improved email and phone number verification
- New methods of announcing promotions for you
Ratings and Reviews
Updated Review: App is Working as Intended!
UPDATE: Fooda tech support reached out to me and I was able to get assistance with finally getting my cell number verified. I really appreciate Leah’s help and now I have access to all my points. The app finally works for me!
I’m leaving my initial review below just in case others have the same issue. Fooda tech support may be able to assist!
The app won’t allow you to verify your cell phone number, so you can never unlock points or discounts from points. IF you receive the verification email, you must click a link that sends you to the AppStore instead of the actual app. So, you will never be able to verify your number. I haven’t found any combination of app open/closed when trying to verify. It just doesn’t work.
The app is only useful for telling you which restaurants will be at your office on any given day. For that, the app gets 1 Star.
Developer Response ,
Hi there! I'd like to help you get this text verification sorted out. Can you send me an email at email@example.com with your Fooda login ID?
May as well use the site
The Fooda app has never been a winner. It can’t show you what you’ve ordered for a given day if the 9:00am ordering deadline has passed. It crashes when you try to save required options for a dish. It never did save your delivery preferences if, for example, you work in an office with two floors. The app would set no default location but required a location before confirming an order so if you frequently forgot to pick your floor at least the app would remind you to pick one — it would be better to be able to save a preference but it seems that saving preferences is too complicated a puzzle for the Fooda app developers to solve. Now — they’ve topped themselves. The app chooses a default for you! It doesn’t save one, mind you, it just picks a floor and sets that as your delivery location so you’re no longer reminded to choose one and if you happen to forget that you have to choose the right floor you’ll end up with good delivered to the wrong place. Is it a small inconvenience? Sure. But honestly, how have you managed to make a bad app worse!
Not enough choices Some vendors horrid
I paid $6 today for inedible guacamole that tasted very bitter, cold cheese and stale out of the bag chips. I threw it all away.
We need a rating system for the vendors so they don’t come back. Better food descriptions to explain what’s homemade and what allergens are in them. Some vendors don’t even know what ingredients are in their food.
Can we get more variety than BBQ and Mexican? How about Thai, Chinese, Mediterranean, and things like burgers, wings, soups, and more creative salads. It’s a great idea but the execution of the service and app are poor.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.