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McDonald’s Expands ‘McDelivery’ at 1,000 Locations Across US With UberEats

McDonald’s Expands ‘McDelivery’ at 1,000 Locations Across US With UberEats

The fast-food chain is now offering delivery in Los Angeles, Chicago, Columbus, and Phoenix

The company plans to expand the service to even more cities in the future.

UberEats is expanding its offerings beyond delivering food from local restaurants with its partnership with McDonald’s. Now, with “McDelivery,” you can order a Big Mac and McFlurry and have it delivered to your door, office, or wherever you may be.

“We are bringing a new level of convenience to more of our customers as we continue to transform the McDonald’s experience,” Steve Easterbrook, president and chief executive officer at McDonalds, said in a statement. “Through the ease of the UberEats app, our customers can enjoy their favorite McDonald’s foods delivered right to them enjoying greater choice, control and personalization than ever before.”

The companies tested the partnership in January in more than 200 restaurants in Miami, Orlando, and Tampa Bay. Now, people can order from 300 restaurants in Los Angeles; 267 in Chicago; 59 in Columbus; and 144 in Phoenix.

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McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


McDonald’s expands delivery to more than 1,000 locations

More McDonald&rsquos customers can now get Big Macs without leaving the house.

McDonald&rsquos Corp. has expanded its McDelivery program through UberEats to several new markets, the company said Wednesday, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio.

The quick-service chain now offers delivery at more than 1,000 restaurants, and the Oak Brook, Ill.-based operator promised that more locations will get the service.

The expansion follows a successful pilot test in Florida, which McDonald&rsquos said generated high customer satisfaction and consistent growth.

Delivery has rapidly become the largest single trend in the restaurant industry, as chains race to bring the service to their restaurants around the country.

Operators from McDonald&rsquos to The Cheesecake Factory are working on delivery, and numerous other brands in just about every segment. McDonald&rsquos is in a race with its primary competitors, Burger King and Wendy&rsquos, to expand delivery. Wendy&rsquos is testing delivery in Columbus, Ohio, with DoorDash.

McDonald&rsquos is well familiar with delivery. The company said it is already one of the largest providers of delivered food around the globe, generating nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across company-owned and franchised restaurants last year alone.

Much of McDonald&rsquos delivery is in Asia and the Middle East, where the company said some restaurants generate as much as 40 percent of sales from delivery.

But in most cases, McDonald&rsquos operates its own delivery service. In the U.S., the company said it can rapidly expand delivery by using UberEats.

&ldquoMcDonald&rsquos restaurant footprint, combined with the cutting-edge innovation of the UberEats platform, positions us well to meet consumer demand for fast and reliable delivery, making this an ideal partnership,&rdquo Easterbrook said in a statement.


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