UberEats expands into smaller Canadian cities

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UberEats plans to expand its food delivery service to 100 cities and towns across the country.

UberEats chose Toronto for the launch of the service back when it debuted in December 2015 and the service has grown quickly to 50 cities nationally and 280 locations in 35 countries.

The field is rife with competition, including Just-Eat, DoorDash, Skip the Dishes and Foodora, owned by Delivery Hero, a publicly listed company based in Berlin. Foodora is only available in nine cities in Canada, but worldwide delivered 300 million orders last year.

With more and more millennials expected to order in rather than go out and have a restaurant experience, one wonders about the affect it could have on restaurants and the idea of eating in a dining room.

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Millennials are known to cook less and eat out more or should we say order in a lot more. -CINEWS

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