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DoorDash Offers Lower-Priced Delivery Plans Amid Criticism

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FILE - The DoorDash app is shown on a smartphone on Feb. 27, 2020, in New York. DoorDash is launching lower-priced delivery options for U.S. restaurants, responding to criticism that the commissions it charges are too high for the beleaguered industry. The San Francisco-based delivery company said Tuesday, April 27, 2021 it will offer a new basic plan which will charge restaurants 15% per order for delivery, or around half the cost of previous plans. (AP Photo, File)

DoorDash is launching lower-priced delivery options for U.S. restaurants, responding to criticism that the commissions it charges are too high for the beleaguered industry. The San Francisco-based delivery company says it will offer a new basic plan which will charge restaurants 15% per order for delivery, or around half the cost of previous plans. Restaurants can pay commissions of 25% or 30% for other plans if they want ¬†more visibility in DoorDash’s app or lower customer delivery fees. DoorDash says it developed the plan over the last year after restaurants asked for more options.

 

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