McDonald’s has launched doorstep delivery through UberEats at 375 restaurants in Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside counties. With the exception of soft-serve ice cream orders and promotional items, the full McDonald’s menu is available through the fast-growing delivery division of Uber.
Third-generation McDonald’s operator Todd Horner, whose family runs 34 Southern California restaurants, said McDelivery allows the chain to get “our meals into people’s hands that may not be able to make it into the restaurant.”
McDonald’s restaurants in Southern California are among the first in the nation to launch delivery. The world’s largest burger chain is expected to expand the service over the coming months in other regions.Meeting consumer demand for delivery comes as McDonald’s tries to stay one step ahead of its biggest fast food rivals: Burger King, Wendy’s and Jack in the Box.San Diego-based Jack in the Box launched delivery of its entire menu in late March through a partnership with San Francisco-based DoorDash. Of the 856 restaurants testing delivery, 273 are in Southern California – a key market for […]