Uber is reportedly making big plans to expand its company from ride-sharing to food delivery. A new report claims that Uber will launch its UberEats app and food delivery service sometime in late March in 10 U.S. cities.
The UberEats app will be the first stand-alone app for Uber since it launched its ride-share app. The Wall Street Journal reports that UberEats has been in testing in Toronto for the past month:
The story adds that when it does launch, UberEats will be available in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Austin, Washington DC, San Francisco, Atlanta, Houston, Seattle and Dallas, The lunchtime-only service, which delivers food in under 10 minutes, will stick around, but will be renamed to UberEats Instant.
Source: Wall Street Journal
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