Foodies, today is a good day.
Rideshare company Uber is launching its food delivery service in Melbourne, Australia.
On Friday, Uber announced it is bringing UberEats into the Australian market, but the company is currently being coy on details, including launch date. The UberEats Melbourne website went live Friday, simply saying the service is coming shortly, and included an option for restaurants and drivers to sign up.
It is only the third city outside the U.S. to receive the service.
The food service in the U.S. initially allowed an Uber customer to order from a lunch selection of one or two meals for a cost of around $10. The meal options change daily and a driver picks up a bunch of the same meal from a restaurant and delivers it around the city to office workers. …
Via: Mashable: Business