Food Can Now Be Ordered Through Facebook

Food Can Now Be Ordered Through Facebook

Food Can Now Be Ordered Through Facebook

It's an unusual new feature that's created to keep people on Facebook for longer, and it wouldn't be hugely surprising to see it come to the United Kingdom in the future. Facebook has launched a new feature with which you can order food from your nearby restaurants and food delivering services without leaving Facebook.

Presence of a new option called "Order Food" in the explore menu symbolized by a blue and white hamburger or fork and knife will be perceived. Facebook says it's working to add more partners as the feature rolls out. The company also has inked agreement with restaurant chains like Papa John's, Wingstop, Panera, Jack in the Box, TGI Friday's, Denny's, El Pollo Loco, Chipotle, Five Guys and Jimmy John's. The previous fall, it reported an arrangement with the online ordering services Delivery.com and Slice, which enabled Facebook clients to put orders from supported eateries through their own particular Facebook Pages.

Accessing this feature is very easy and simple.

Users should find the new delivery option in the latest Facebook app as it rolls out to desktop, Android and iOS devices in the USA now. It is available on Facebook via iOS, Android, and desktop.

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Most people who order food already have accounts set up with individual restaurants and delivery apps, however.

Facebook began testing the service several months ago and has already offered similar functionality inside Facebook Messenger, its chat client.

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