Toronto food delivery apps are raising their fees and restaurants aren't happy

Toronto food delivery apps are raising their fees and restaurants aren't happy

Toronto food delivery apps are raising their fees and restaurants aren't happy Delivery app fees that had previously been capped are rising again as restaurants reopen, and owners aren't happy about it. "It's garbage," says Ding-A-Wing owner Mike Tan, who uses both Uber Eats and DoorDash. "We are paying so much to them already as it is. It's making our slim margins even slimmer." As part of pandemic-related orders, delivery companies like Uber Eats were ordered to temporarily cap their service fees; but now that indoor dining has reopened, the cap has been lifted. View this post on Instagram Uber Eats tells blogTO that restaurants were informed it would be lifted once health officials allowed indoor dining, and emphasizes that this is not an increase in fees on the platform, and also that fees are determined by factors like whether a restaurant uses its own staff to deliver. Luke McCann, one of the owners of burger joint Rudy, feels restaurants were not as adequately informed as Uber says. "Our Uber fees went up from the legislated amount on July 15 …
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