33% Of People Trust This Food Delivery App The Least- Mashed Survey

For those of you who came of age in the post-delivery app era, it may come as somewhat of a shock to hear tales of the olden days when ordering out for dinner generally meant a choice of Domino’s, Pizza Hut, Papa John’s, and maybe, if you were really lucky, a local Chinese carryout. Otherwise, …

Grubhub says it’ll be more transparent about how it marks up food prices at local restaurants

Grubhub will be more transparent about its pricing after the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office found that the popular food delivery app charged customers more for some meals than they would have paid at the restaurants. The Chicago-based company will also pay a total of $125,000 to several Pennsylvania food banks, including Philabundance, in lieu of …

GRUBHUB TO PAY $42M TO SETTLE CLAIM IT MISLED INVESTORS

Third-party delivery provider Grubhub agreed to pay $42 million to settle a proposed class-action lawsuit that claimed the company misled investors about its performance. The suit, filed in 2019 in U.S. District Court in Illinois, is related to a pivotal expansion push made by Grubhub in 2018 as it raced to keep up with competitors. …

Chicago’s DoorDash and Grubhub Drivers Take a Step Toward Unionizing

Food delivery drivers who work for companies including DoorDash and Grubhub gathered with Uber and Lyft workers over the weekend to announce plans to join a nationwide group calling for improved working conditions, better pay, and the option to unionize. The news comes amid a sustained push for labor rights in the hospitality industry, most …

Third-party delivery companies sued by diners for anti-trust violations

Third-party delivery companies are facing more legal scrutiny as a New York federal judge allowed a lawsuit accusing Uber Eats, Postmates, and Grubuhb of menu price exploitation to move forward. The anti-trust lawsuit was originally filed in July 2020 and accused the third-party delivery companies of monopolizing delivery prices by not allowing restaurants who contract with them …

Grubhub, Uber Eats, Postmates must face diners’ lawsuit over U.S. restaurant prices

NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Wednesday said Grubhub, Uber Eats and Postmates must face an antitrust lawsuit by diners who accused them of driving up menu prices by exploiting their dominance in meal deliveries during the COVID-19 pandemic. U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan said it was reasonable to …

DC sues Grubhub, claiming its app is full of hidden fees and jacked-up prices

District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine is suing Grubhub for deceptive business practices, saying its food delivery app covertly inflates prices for diners who order through it. The suit demands an end to a laundry list of allegedly illegal practices as well as financial restitution and civil penalties. The newly filed lawsuit argues that Grubhub’s promises of …

Lawsuit prompts Grubhub to add disclosures about hidden fees

Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced today that his office filed a lawsuit against Grubhub for “misleading District residents and taking advantage of local restaurants to boost its own profits.” The lawsuit alleges that Grubhub violated D.C.’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act (CPPA) in eight different ways, which mostly center on false advertising. The filing references misleading prices (prices …

US restaurant chain sues Google for directing customers away

San Francisco: A restaurant group in the US has sued Google for directing customers to unauthorised Google-branded food ordering web pages rather than sending them to the restaurant’s own website. The Florida-based restaurant group called Left Field Holdings, that runs Lime Fresh Mexican Grill franchises, alleged in the lawsuit that Google employs “bait-and-switch” tactics by …

Google “hijacked millions of customers and orders” from restaurants, lawsuit says

Google is being sued by a Florida restaurant group alleging that the tech company has been setting up unauthorized pages to capture food orders rather than directing them to the restaurant’s own site. Google uses “bait-and-switch” tactics to get customers to place takeout or pickup orders through “new, unauthorized, and deceptively branded webpages,” according to the …