Giant Eagle dives deeper into restaurant-like offerings with GetGo link to Grubhub
Giant Eagle’s GetGo stores have linked with Grubhub to start home delivery of prepared food options. Testing has begun with the Baum Boulevard location, where you can order items including breakfast sandwiches, prepared appetizers, salads, wraps, subs, burgers and drinks — in essence, restaurant items. Don’t expect to order milk or bananas.
On Grubhub’s listing for the East End in our tests, GetGo doesn’t show up until the second page of 59 listings when looking for American cuisine — so you’ll probably need to know you’re looking for it. The initial reviews are mixed, generally good for the food, not as good for the delivery.
Evoqua expands European fresh water impact with distribution deal
Although it’s still not apparent whether critical water quality situations like the problem in Flint, Michigan will spread throughout the U.S. to impact Pittsburgh and other cities, having quality drinking water remains a critical priority throughout the world. So Downtown-based Evoqua Water Technologies has teamed with Voghera, Italy-based Giotto Water to market Evoqua products and technology throughout Europe.
According to a company press release, Evoqua has more than 20 facilities operating in Italy and the partnership will help municipalities in the country and elsewhere in Europe, particularly in coastal areas that depend on quality water to support tourism and agriculture.
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Friday, April 20, 1 p.m. at Pittsburgh Technology Council
Governor Tom Wolf briefing
Tuesday, May 1, 1:30 p.m. at The Rivers Club
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Thursday, April 26, 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Ascender
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