Ride-hailing giant Grab has launched food delivery service GrabFood, which will be available in six Southeast Asian countries within this quarter.
The six countries are Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines.
In addition, Grab also unveiled its vision of an everyday app for the region that covers essential daily services such as transport, food, delivery and mobile payments, according to a report.
"GrabFood is a major milestone in our journey to becoming the everyday app for consumers. The launch of GrabFood in Singapore will bring a wide range of dining options to more consumers, and provide more income opportunities for local merchants and delivery partners," said James Ong, Head of GrabFood in Singapore.
There will be a "huge potential" in helping vendors reap incremental benefits and enjoy an increase of orders via GrabFood, Ong added.
According to a survey conducted last October, a majority of Grab consumers in the region wanted "a one-stop, everyday app that complements their daily lives".
"As we build out an everyday app that offers transport, food and package delivery and mobile payments, Grab is focused on creating a seamless experience and unlocking value for our customers by offering complementary services on one platform," said Head of Grab Singapore Lim Kell Jay.