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Food delivery startups are all the rage these days.
Services like GrubHub, Blue Apron, and InstaCart are changing the way we eat and shop for food. Get in on the action with one of these feature-packed food themes for WordPress.
We’ve included a variety of food delivery themes in this list. Their functionality subtlely varies from one to the next, so make sure to pick out the one that will fit your business model best.
Food delivery service WordPress themes
All of the WP themes included in this list are either new releases or have been recently updated. This ensures their compatibility with the newest version of WordPress. In addition, they’re all completely responsive which means they look great on laptops and mobile devices too.Here are my top picks for best food delivery WordPress themes for 2020.
1. Madang by Kenzap (Themeforest)
Madang is an exceptional theme thanks to its premium design quality and robust functionality. It’s designed to create websites for subscription services sort of like Blue Apron.
With Madang, visitors can browse your selection of meals based on their dietary preferences. You could quickly ship cooked meals or send customers the ingredients to prepare the meal themselves. In fact, Madang has the features needed support many different food business models.
One really cool feature in this theme is the integrated nutrition info. You can include the calories and macro-nutrients for each dish as well as the complete nutrition info label. There are lots of layouts, search filters, and other options that make Madang highly customizable. It’s got more great features too like a calorie calculator, meal plans, and promotional sales pages.
2. Fooddy 24/7 by Ancora Themes (Themeforest)
The Fooddy 24/7 WordPress theme is designed to be a complete food delivery system. Visitors can browse restaurants and place orders directly from the website. All eCommerce functionality is handled by the popular WooCommerce plugin.
While this theme includes all the ordering features you need, it would also work great with a companion app. You could promote your app from the website to get more mobile users, although Fooddy 24/7 is fully responsive so it works fine on smartphones as-is.
If you’re planning on promoting your food service with content marketing, you’ll love all the blog options available in this responsive theme. There are multiple layouts for the blog and post, custom animations to choose from, and built-in social sharing buttons. Fooddy 24/7 also works with WPBakery for building new page templates with the drag-and-drop editor.
3. Fooxy by TemplateMonster
Fooxy is a WordPress theme built for restaurants that also provide delivery services. Rather than requiring visitors to call, they can actually browse your menu online and add items to their cart. Then they can checkout and order their food all without leaving your site.
While Fooxy isn’t designed for websites that will strictly focus on food delivery, it will work great for pizza deliveries and similar businesses. The design is simple and easy to browse especially the menu which has a very clear and user-friendly layout.
This premium food theme doesn’t have an extraordinary amount of features, but that makes it quick to setup. After installation, you can adjust a few key customization options and have the site looking complete. Some of these customization options include fonts, social options, and various galleries. All of the eCommerce functionality is powered by an integration with the popular Ecwid shopping cart solution.
4. Food Drop by ThemeREX (Themeforest)
Food Drop is unique in that it is designed to promote an app made for food delivery services. It doesn’t have the food delivery functionality built-in, but rather is used to sell your app that does.
This premium food theme has a fun and playful style. The handwritten fonts and frequent use of color through each page contribute to this friendly aesthetic. With full control over these design aspects, Food Drop is a flexible theme that would work nicely for a subscription service or any kind of online food ordering business.
One of the coolest features of this theme is the one-click demo importer. You can quickly make a copy of the demo site featured in the screenshot above which is pretty awesome. It’s way easier to customize starting from a fully-customized demo than setting up the site from scratch. On top of that, every aspect of the site is customizable from the page layouts to the header and footer styles.
5. Matur by Imi Themes (Themeforest)
Matur is designed for a service like GrubHub or GoPuff. First and foremost, it functions like a restaurant directory. You can add restaurants yourself and allow others to signup and submit their own establishments for review. Visitors can then find restaurants near them and order dishes.
On the homepage featured in the screenshot above, you can see how Matur prompts visitors to enter a restaurant and location. It will then present a list of relevant restaurants to choose from. They can browse the dishes and review photographs, descriptions, and reviews for the restaurant.
The ordering functionality is handled by WooCommerce which is a great choice because it’s currently the most popular eCommerce solution on the web. Matur also includes a robust mix of customization features. You can use the bundled page builder to create custom page templates, change your fonts and font sizes, and even design your own image sliders.
Which food delivery theme is best for you?
Madang gets the top pick because of its gorgeous design and huge customizability. It’s best suited for a subscription service like Blue Apron.
If you are looking for a theme for a single restaurant with online ordering, Fooxy will be your best option.
Lastly, Food Drop doesn’t facilitate any ordering or delivery on its own. Instead, it’s been designed to promote your app that does. If you just need a solid marketing website for your food delivery service, it will be an excellent choice.
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