Nosh NoCo Offers Free Delivery and Free Restaurant Sign Up

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The City of Fort Collins has partnered with local restaurant delivery service Nosh NoCo to launch a program to assist local restaurants and encourage community members to support them.

Fort Collins community members will receive free food delivery from Monday, December 14 through Wednesday, December 16, when they place an order with Nosh NoCo. Customers must order from a restaurant within the Fort Collins city limits to qualify for free delivery.

Ordering takeout or delivery from Nosh NoCo helps restaurants keep more profit from each order compared to most third-party delivery services. Northern Colorado restaurants locally own nosh NoCo to keep food delivery economically sustainable for restaurants while keeping local dollars within Northern Colorado.

The City will also pay the restaurant’s portion of the delivery fees, which eliminates fees that restaurants would normally pay for Nosh NoCo to take, process, and fulfill a takeout or delivery order on their platform from now through Wednesday, December 30. The City will also be covering the processing fee and the first $0.50 of the delivery fee charged to Fort Collins residents placing orders on the Nosh NoCo platform.

The City of Fort Collins has negotiated a discounted delivery cost of 15% and takeout cost of 12.5% for restaurants that utilize Nosh NoCo services. Fort Collins restaurants will have discounted delivery costs starting on Thursday, December 31.

All licensed restaurants within Fort Collins can participate in the program regardless of if they have an existing contract with Nosh NoCo or any other third-party delivery vendor. Restaurants in Fort Collins that are not currently signed up with Nosh NoCo can also be added to the platform at no cost until Wednesday, December 30, 2021.


For more information regarding Nosh NoCo, including singing up a Fort Collins restaurant for Nosh NoCo delivery and takeout services, visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdui2XlEINB3uGG96u4zFDGhamqZeQOG5GSNuLxFaG-Gb4-1Q/viewform

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