Pizza chain Domino's is offering a free pizza meal delivered once a week for New Zealanders over 70 during the coronavirus lockdown.
Its "Meals For Seniors" initiative is in response to the Government's request for Kiwis to remain at home to stop the spread of coronavirus.
New Zealand general manager Cameron Toomey said from Tuesday anyone over 70 that lived within a Domino's delivery territory would be eligible for a free meal delivered to their home.
The meal included one pizza from its value extra or traditional range as well as one dessert or garlic bread.
Its free order was limited to one per household per week.