DoorDash offers local U.S. restaurants choice with new tiered commission fees

Under the spotlight that has been placed on delivery companies, DoorDash has overhauled its model. By Tom Nightingale Third-party delivery has been a topic of intense debate in recent months. Now, DoorDash has shifted its system to reflect that. With local restaurants struggling desperately across North America due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ethics of […]

DoorDash’s COVID-19 Restaurant Relief Grants Canadian winners announced

Winners can use the COVID-19 Restaurant Relief Grants to help offset operating costs amid the ongoing pandemic. DoorDash has announced the Canadian winners of its COVID-19 Restaurant Relief Grants program through the company’s five-year, US$200 million Main Street Strong Pledge. The grants come as part of DoorDash providing C$1,125,000 to help eligible restaurants in Montreal, Toronto, […]

DoorDash announces over $1M in COVID-19 relief grants for Canadian restaurants

Delivery service DoorDash has launched a new initiative to help Canadian restaurants that are navigating uncertainties during COVID-19. The delivery company has announced it will be providing $1,125,000 CAD in local grants that can be used by struggling restaurants in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver to offset costs as they continue to recover from the COVID-19 […]

Hard Bargain: Third-party delivery may be costly, but restaurateurs can’t afford not to engage with it

By Jeff Dover Delivery is the fastest-growing segment in Canada’s foodservice industry. According to Ipsos Foodservice Monitor, delivery foodservice sales were $4.3 billion in Canada in 2018, an increase of 44 per cent over the previous year, with delivery now accounting for 8 per cent of QSR and 6 per cent of FSR meals. In […]