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Revealed: How you can score $10 off a burger from Grill’d just by WALKING

Revealed: How you can score $10 off a burger from Grill’d just by WALKING

  • Australian customers will receive $10 off any Grill’d burger or salad by walking  
  • Customers will need to complete 10,000 steps in a day to be eligible 
  • Those in Victoria will need to complete 5,000 steps amid COVID-19 restrictions
  • The promotion is only available for a limited time from August 8 to 13
  • The deal celebrates the launch of Grill’d’s new 100 per cent natural menu 

To celebrate the launch of a new guilt-free healthy burger menu, Australian restaurant Grill’d is offering $10 off any burger or salad when customers walk 10,000 steps or more in one day.

The burgers on the new all-natural menu have no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and the meals are made using fresh, local produce.

Those in Victoria who wish to partake in the campaign can do so at home to maintain COVID-19 isolation regulations and will only need to complete 5,000 steps.

But the promotion is only available for a limited time from Saturday August 8 to Thursday August 13.

Australian restaurant Grill’d is offering $10 off any burger or salad when customers walk 10,000 steps or more in one day

To participate in the deal customers simply need to sign up to Grill’d’s free Relish loyalty program via the app or website, then show they have completed the number of steps.

Customers are encouraged to use a phone, smartwatch or tracking device when counting the number of steps.

The new menu features four delicious burgers, including a wagu beef burger with hoisin sauce and chilli, chicken with slaw, grilled field mushroom with tasty cheese and mushroom with Spanish onion.

These additional options also come at a time when consumers are seeking healthy alternatives and locally sourced ingredients.

Grill’d has multiple locations across each state and territory in Australia. 

To participate in the deal customers simply need to sign up to Grill’d’s free Relish loyalty program via the app or website, then show they have completed the number of steps

To participate in the deal customers simply need to sign up to Grill’d’s free Relish loyalty program via the app or website, then show they have completed the number of steps

Founder of Grill’d, Simon Crowe, said the brand has always focused on offering the best possible food to customers.

‘From day one, we have strived to find better ways of making and delivering fast, healthy burgers and better, more sustainable ways of doing business,’ he said.

‘We know our customers are looking to make healthier choices, now more than ever, so we wanted to give them a great reason to step up, fill up and feel good about it.’

Around 73 per cent of Grill’d burgers provide less than a third of the daily energy intake for adults.

The new menu features for delicious burgers, including a wagu beef burger, chicken and two mushroom burgers

The menu also includes a chicken burger (pictured) with wombok slaw, hoisin sauce, egg mayo, chilli and ginger relish

The new menu features four delicious burgers, including a wagu beef burger with hoisin sauce and chilli, chicken with slaw, grilled field mushroom with tasty cheese and mushroom with Spanish onion

The promotion is only available for a limited time from Saturday August 8 to Thursday August 13

The promotion is only available for a limited time from Saturday August 8 to Thursday August 13

In August, Grill’d will also be adding an innovative menu configurator to give customers even more control and flexibility over what food they are consuming.

The new tool will allow customers to order by ‘food tribe’ and understand the nutritional impact of each ingredient before deciding on their final order.

Sharon Natoli, Founding Director of Food & Nutrition Australia said: ‘There’s been a substantial rise in interest in healthy and conscious consumption’.

‘Consumers are looking for more natural ingredients, striving to limit food waste and are shopping more consciously. 

‘The continued focus on health across the board shows that consumers really care about what they’re putting on their plates and into their bodies,’ she said. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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