Want lunch? Just Uber it.
The ride-hailing company is expanding its efforts in food delivery, launching its standalone UberEats app in a handful of markets around the US. The app, which first came to Toronto, will go up against a bunch of similar services from DoorDash, GrubHub, Amazon and others. Customers now have a lot of choices for getting a bite to eat, but it's unlikely so many services doing the same thing will survive.
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