As the most romantic day of the year for couples creeps closer, the UK’s third biggest online food ordering app, Foodhub, launches ‘The Love Hub’ to allow single people a chance to find love on Single Awareness Day (15 February).
Using the hugely popular dating app, Tinder, Foodhub is giving those solo singletons an opportunity to bond with fellow foodies over their love of delicious dishes and tasty treats!
By simply clicking on the Foodhub Tinder profile, the users will be transported to ‘The Love Hub’ and will fill out a questionnaireabout their food preferences and what tickles their taste buds. ‘The Love Hub’ will then play cupid and match two supremely suited singletons based on their food desires.
Once matched up, romance experts at ‘The Love Hub’ will help organise a virtual blind date, so the singletons can chat and bond over their foodie favourites with a takeaway each, courtesy of Foodhub.
Wil Chung, Foodhub spokesperson, said: “Food is a common theme in the dating world, whether that’s having a first date over a candlelit meal at a restaurant or spending a Friday night watching a movie with a takeaway. The mutual love of good food helps to cement relationships and enables them to blossom.
“Valentine’s Day can be difficult for single people, so we wanted to help single Brits find their soulmate over their love of delicious food. What better place to do this than on Tinder?! We can’t wait to match up two love birds and hear how things develop. Next year they might even be celebrating Valentine’s Day!”
To be in with a chance of being set up with your perfect food match, scroll through Tinder on Single’s Awareness Day (15th February) and once you spot the Foodhub dating profile, simply click and it’ll take you to ‘The Love Hub’. Hopefully it won’t just be the food that tickles your fancy!
To celebrate Single Awareness Day (15 February) Foodhub are offering all customers 10% off across the Foodhub app and website – simply add code: SINGLE10 at the checkout.