McDonald's expands delivery partnership with UberEats

Cornelia Mascio
Mag 17, 2017

"We're not testing; we're rolling out", McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook told reporters in March.

While right now the feature is available in more than 1,000 stores in select cities, the company says it plans expand to additional cities in the coming months. Starting today, UberEats will support McDonald's in more than 1,000 locations across the U.S., which now includes 300 in Los Angeles, California; 144 in Phoenix, Arizona; 270 in Chicago, Illinois; and 59 in Columbus, Ohio, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country. An UberEATS booking fee applies to each order. We're getting great reviews (of the food)'. "People in Southern California search for McDonald's in the UberEATS app nearly daily, so we're excited to expand our reach and deliver what they've been craving".

McDonald's is well familiar with delivery. Southern California customers can also enjoy a range of balanced menu items that fit their lifestyle, including the Egg White & Turkey Sausage Breakfast Bowl, and smoothies and parfaits made with nonfat vanilla Chobani Greek Yogurt.

McDonald's said that more cities will be able to order delivery from the company in the future.

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McDonald's is hoping delivery can help turn around its USA business, which has seen customer visits decline. In the USA, the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats. Uber is leveraging its technology and expanding its driver partner network to deliver food to hungry customers who can track their order, get an upfront delivery time, and use the same account they use to take rides.

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