Feedr operates a marketplace platform. From a legal and financial perspective, every client makes a purchase with a vendor directly, which is why you receive an invoice for each order placed with a Vendor.

For Cloud Canteen, Feedr consolidates these in a statement - i.e. a summary of spend from all vendors, which is payable to Feedr. This statement is not a VAT invoice, as these are generated at each vendor level. To claim VAT back, etc., the vendor invoices should be processed individually, albeit they can be paid in one lump sum based on the statement. Please note this is a legal requirement and all other competitors will do the same as they are acting as commercial agents of vendors.

The same marketplace dynamics apply to Group Meals. We do have a GM statement work in progress, and we can keep you updated on when this will be rolled out.

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