Facebook already allows to order food at home in the USA - NewCydiaTweaks


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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Facebook already allows to order food at home in the USA

There are many applications that are famous in Spain for the possibility of having any type of food in these and that they bring them to our address. Everything from the application and without leaving home. Among these we find for example JustEat, which has left a fairly strong competitor that will soon land in Spain. This is Facebook that in the US already allows restaurants to work with them to take their food to different addresses.

If you are from Spain, you should wait to order food on Facebook

This news that we have echoed by our fellow ADSLZone , although it should be noted that this service that I have told you above, is only available in the United States, at the moment ...
It all starts in a country, and Facebook has obviously chosen the US , a country famous for the custom of certain states to order home-cooked food for dinner. This will be a feature that is already included in the update that has come out in the American country and announced in a statement. This functionality will compete with other applications like JustEat although the operation is not the same. Then I leave the video that has posted Facebook where you see the operation of this functionality.
The operation should improve soon, as it is not similar to JustEat. We will have to go to the trade page and we will have the option to order the food at home next to all the information of this business. Selecting this will open a web page in the browser of Facebook where we will make the process to request this request.
Currently in America it is available in Delivery, DoorDash, ChowNow, Zuppler, EatStreet, Slice, Olo, Chipotle, Five Guys, Jack in the Box, Papa John's, Wingstop, Panera, TGI Friday's, Denny's, The Crazy Chicken, and Jimmy John's.
We are convinced that we will soon have this possibility in Spain and hope that soon it will be a bit freer and allow all businesses to be within this functionality of Facebook  that is fully integrated into the Facebook app, not having to go to an external website, this small business is not interested in anything.
It's a first step on a road that still has a long way to go, to look like JustEat. Although it is the beginning of a bad rivalry.

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