Apps such as DoorDash and Uber Eats have flooded restaurants in the pandemic. Now, many food ordering tools and some restaurants are looking for methods about these apps and the commission they charge.
DoorDash Inc., Uber Technologies Inc.’s Eats and Grubhub Inc. can charge restaurants up to 30% of each order-many bosses say that even if more orders come in, they will reduce profits.
A new service is expected to allow restaurants to arrange more delivery services on their own, thereby ordering restaurants online at lower cost.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., Shake Shack Inc. and more and more chain stores have realized the cost of delivering orders based on apps, and many people said they plan to solve this problem. Local governments from New York to Seattle have implemented rules that limit the cost of delivery apps to control the cost of restaurants, while health crises keep people at home.