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1/6/2020 Acquires Portland Pedal Power

Silicon Valley based has acquired Portland’s bicycle based corporate food delivery company Portland Pedal Power. Portland Pedal Power will become Portland Pedal Power by and its staff will become employees. pioneered the concept of online restaurant ordering back in 1995 in Silicon Valley. Today delivers food from over 1300 businesses in markets across the country.

“I’m incredibly excited about this next step for Portland Pedal Power. This partnership will allow PPP to expand on the high quality sustainable catering services we provide to Portland companies by leveraging’s resources and history in the industry,” says Portland Pedal Power co-owner and CEO Stacy Blumberg. CEO Craig Cohen says “We are thrilled to be entering the Portland market with an established business that aligns with the values that have made successful in other markets across the country for the past 25 years.”

Both companies deliver primarily to business customers and focus on exceptional customer service.


Lloyd EcoDistrict Awarded Grant from eBay Foundation for Lloyd Delivers

Lloyd EcoDistrict announced today that it is the recipient of a $20,000 grant from the eBay Foundation. The funds will be used to help launch Lloyd Delivers, the Lloyd EcoDistrict-led initiative that promotes upstream and downstream solutions to food waste and hunger starting in the Lloyd neighborhood and at eBay Portland’s Downtown office.

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2018 Small Business Innovation Award Winner
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2018 Catalyst Award Winner
Lloyd EcoDistrict

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Bread and Brew: Top spots for Hanukkah noshing
Jennifer Anderson, Hillsboro Tribune

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UPS now using pedal-powered trike to deliver freight in Portland
Jonathan Maus, Bike Portland

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How Portland Pedal Power spreads the bike-delivery gospel (Photos)
Andy Giegerich, Portland Business Journal

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Strategies: Pedal Power focused on the road ahead (Full PDF)
Pete Danko, Portland Business Journal

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Best of Portland
Winner announced in print edition, Willamette Week

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Radio interview with Brian Bushlach


Portland’s Food Delivery Options: Reviewed!
Andrea Damewood, The Portland Mercury


Portland Pedal Power: Fueling PDX with Meals on Two Wheels
Chad Walsh, Neighborhood Notes

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Bikes help power non-profit’s fruit tree
Jonathan Maus, Bike Portland 

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In Cargo Delivery, the Three-Wheelers That Could
Claire Martin, The New York Times

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Delivery service pedals forward despite economy
Jessica Machado, The Oregonian