The benefit integrates with Uber Eats and has popular restaurant partners Col’Cacchio, Doppio Zero, Nando’s and Ocean Basket.
“We’re committed to encouraging South Africans to live healthier lives by changing the way they eat," says Dr Craig Nossel, the head of Vitality Wellness.
"In light of a recent and conclusive Lancet study, which demonstrates that one in five deaths globally is associated with a poor diet, it’s now more important than ever to address our eating behaviours - and that starts with everyday decisions like ‘What’s for supper?’.’’
Through the Vitality HealthyDining benefit, both Vitality members and non-Vitality members will be able to choose healthier food options thanks to the Vitality identifier next to healthier meals on the Uber Eats app. Vitality members will also be rewarded with cash back for making healthier choices.