Is the food delivery service market lopsided?
Apparently, it is. Or, at least, in Miami, where Uber Eats launched its delivery services in the summer of 2016.
“From some restaurants, [Uber Eats] takes a 33 percent cut,” reports “Miami New Times.” “And though other delivery services, such as Postmates, Amazon, and GrubHub, take a smaller percentage, many restaurant owners say Uber’s market share makes its service a must-have, whatever the cost.”
So what is it exactly about Uber Eats that makes some restaurant operators think it’s indispensable?