A new online food ordering and delivery service to rival the likes of Uber Eats is launching in Preston.Advertisement
Order In will put the focus on helping local people and eateries to get the best deal possible for food delivery, all while keeping money in the Preston economy. The service will also use profits to support local charities and community projects.
A spokesperson for Order In said: “The idea of Order In has been put together over three months and with the current climate, it’s needed more than ever.
“We have spoken with many eateries and negotiated a feasible eight per cent commission, compared to the 35 per cent charged by the market leaders in food deliveries.
“We help with marketing through customer reviews and our social media reach. We employ customer service agents from Preston and local delivery drivers, so all in all we’re keeping more money in the community.
“This will allow the local food establishments to offer fantastic deals to their customers exclusively through the Order In app and website.”
Around 80 eateries have signed up to Order In so far, including Pattie Shack and A Taste of Turkey. The service is expected to launch on Monday 1 June.
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To find out more, visit the Order In Facebook page.
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