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Facebook now lets you order food without leaving Facebook

Facebook now lets you order food without leaving Facebook

This is the ability to order food takeout so that hungry FB users will not even need to go away from the website or app.

From local spots to national chains, Facebook would connect a user with old favourites and new discoveries and order food by checking the ratings by friends.

Facebook continues to bring new and interesting features to keep its users happy and engaged. Facebook has been building up a more profound association with food ordering organizations for quite a while. If not, you'll have the capacity to agree to accept a Delivery.com account specifically in the Facebook application, the organization says.

Facebook Monday officially announced a new feature that allows its U.S. users to order food from local restaurants. 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.

Ordering food would be very easy with this service. For example, if you have an account with Delivery.com, you can easily order with your existing login.

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The feature is now available in the United States of America only for iOS, Android, and desktop.

Users can find the new option "Order Food" in the Explore menu in the Facebook app, where you can then browse area restaurants and click "Start Order" when you know what you want.

If the restaurant you select offers delivery through different services, you can choose one of these services to process your delivery.

In addition, they also entered deals with on-demand general delivery platforms such as DoorDash, Delivery.com and ChowNow, which themselves cater to a greater number of restaurants and fast-food companies.