The Fijian Government continues to invest significantly in digital infrastructure for businesses and Fijians to connect with each other and with the rest of the world at competitive rates.
Minister for Commerce, Tourism, Trade and Transport Hon. Faiyaz while officiating at the launch of the Cyber Food new portal and 2nd anniversary   encouraged other small business owners to create new benchmarks in the food and service delivery space.

Cyber Food is an online small business offering food delivery that opened in the last two years and has now listed 25 restaurants with over 2,500 registered users. 
Minister Koya congratulated the company for their persistence as Fijians embrace the “new norm” of living in a cashless society.

Minister Koya said Cyber Food, is an example of a technology enabler for its users.
“Through online food delivery services as such, we are creating access to opportunities of empowerment and inclusiveness.  Simply meaning we are laying the foundation and creating access for the various Fijian communities, who have been instrumental in Cyber Food growth over the last two years.

"In addition, a number of business process reforms have been undertaken and the digitalisation of processes is key to these reforms.

“Let us create new benchmarks in the food and service delivery space. Not only do I hope, but firmly believe that we can do anything together.”

Cyber Food Managing Director Majid Shahzad commended local business owners for their continuous support throughout the years.
“With the support of local businesses, we were able to provide food delivery services to Fijians. I would also like to thank the Government for providing similar platforms for local businesses that creates confidence for business owners.”