Now you can Order food using Facebook

As well as not actually solving a problem, Facebook's food ordering feature is arguably more bloated than the established services it's created to go up against.

Facebook continues to bring new and interesting features to keep its users happy and engaged.

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Facebook users in the United States can now order food using the social network's site and app. Rather than contending specifically with other food delivery organizations, Facebook is collaborating with a few industry players on this new service that includes EatStreet, Delivery.com, DoorDash, ChowNow, Olo, Zuppler, and Slice.

Launched on Friday, the Order Food section can be found in the Explore menu for desktop and mobile users. Some of the well-known names on the list include Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, Jack in the Box Inc, Five Guys and Papa John's International Inc.

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You can also read friends' meal reviews. In this way, Facebook does not have to compete with them as it has partnered with these services. These services already have partnerships with different restaurants and those restaurants deliver food through them.

Ordering food would be very easy with this service.

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After a year of testing, Facebook is officially getting into the food ordering business. Just click and place your order. These facilities are now connected to Facebook in both its original website as well as the mobile app versions of Android and iOS. You can also select which service you want to use for takeout or delivery if the restaurant offers multiple options. Orders can be put for either take-out or delivery, and in the event that you as of now have a Delivery.com account, you can use your current login.

  • Kelly Blake