Swiggy partners with HealthifyMe after its health-food orders rise by 249%


  • Fitness platform HealthifyMe has partnered with Swiggy, a food delivery startup to curate and deliver ‘FitPicks’ — listing restaurants that offer healthiest food.
  • The collection, curated by dedicated nutritionists will offer food from over 700 restaurants that are partnered with Swiggy.
  • The Fitpicks are rated on a health scoring algorithm that keeps a check on micronutrients in the restaurant menus.
Fitness platform HealthifyMe partnered with Swiggy, a food delivery startup to curate and deliver ‘FitPicks’ — listing restaurants that offer healthy food.

Health-conscious users in Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai and Bangalore can benefit from this. The collection, curated by dedicated nutritionists will offer food from over 700 of Swigg’s partners.

The Fitpicks are rated on a health scoring algorithm that keeps a check on micronutrients in the restaurant menus. “Only restaurants with predominantly healthy dishes find a place on the ‘FitPicks’ collection,” HealthifyMe said.
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The users can avail the option by clicking on the FitPicks banner on Swiggy.

“We’ve had ‘healthy’ as a key filter on the app for many years now. With the Fitpick collection, we’re making it simpler for health-focused consumers to find the healthiest restaurants on the platform, especially curated by nutritionists and the health scoring algorithm at HealthifyMe.” said Srivats TS, VP Marketing at Swiggy.

In a bid to woo its customers, the companies have rolled out ‘personalised diet plans’ for those ordering in January. “Consumers who place more than two orders from FitPicks before January 31 will also receive free access to HealthifyMe’s AI-powered personalised diet plan for a month,” the startup said.
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The development comes after the food aggregator found that there was a massive 249% surge in healthy food orders. This includes salads, keto and millet based dishes. The health and fitness app claims to have over 12 million users.

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