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UberEats arrives in Melbourne

Ride sharing service, Uber, is interested in moving more than just people.

Uber’s new food delivery platform, UberEats, launched in Melbourne this week, with 80 restaurants signed on to use the service.

UberEats is currently only available the inner suburbs of Melbourne, and the city is only the second location outside of North America where the service is available.

“Melbourne is the ultimate foodie city, and UberEats enables us to help more people access the city’s great food, from top restaurants in their suburb and beyond. Our goal is to offer people what they want to eat, when they want to eat, in the quickest time possible,” Simon Rossi, GM, UberEats Australia.

UberEats will rival restaurant delivery players Deliveroo and Foodora (formerly Suppertime).

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