Uber EATS amps up its delivery service

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UberEATS is positioning itself to compete more directly with meal-delivery services such as Seamless and Postmates, as it will debut a full-scale food-courier platform in 10 U.S. cities this spring, The Wall Street Journal reports

The standalone UberEATS app, which Uber has tested in Toronto, will broaden the company’s current meal-delivery function, which offers customers a few curated meal options during lunchtime only. In Toronto, customers have been able to order from restaurants’ full menus between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., The Wall Street Journal reports. 

Uber last year debuted UberEATS as a feature of its mainstay ride-sharing app, later introducing the delivery option to a number of U.S. cities, including Chicago, New York City and Austin, Texas.

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