Uber Eats courts smaller European restaurants with new offer


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  • Thursday, 04 Jul 2019

A man puts on a delivery bag with the logo of Uber Eats in Mexico City, Mexico May 20, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

LONDON: Uber Eats is opening up its platform to more restaurants in Europe that prefer to use their own delivery staff, seeking the business of smaller, independent restaurants as it battles Just Eat and Takeaway.com in a crowded market. 

The takeaway food delivery unit of ride-hailing group Uber has built its business by offering a complete range of services, including riders, first to high-end restaurants that did not offer delivery and then expanding to large chains including McDonald’s, Subway and KFC. 

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