Uber Eats imposes ‘unfair contracts’ and ruins deliveries, restaurateurs allege

There’s no doubt that consumers enjoy the convenience of food delivery — it’s estimated Australians spend $2.6 billion on it each year.

Uber Eats is one of the major players in this market, and has been expanding quickly since ride-sharing company Uber introduced it to Australia in 2016.

What consumers may not know is that restaurant owners have to sign up to some dubious contract terms if they want Uber Eats to deliver meals for them.


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