It is available on Facebook via iOS, Android, and desktop.
Users will be able to browse nearby restaurants and order directly from the business. "You can even check out what your friends have to say about a restaurant before you order your food", notes the company's website.More news: Navorro Bowman reportedly being shopped
Facebook is partnering with different food ordering services in this effort including EatStreet, Delivery.com, DoorDash, ChowNow, Olo, Zuppler and Slice.
It's an unusual new feature that's created to keep people on Facebook for longer, and it wouldn't be hugely surprising to see it come to the United Kingdom in the future. For example, if you choose a restaurant and they are offering delivery services through Delivery.com, you can choose it and login with your current Delivery.com credentials.More news: Watch Linkin Park's Carpool Karaoke filmed 6 days before Chester Bennington's death
If you find yourself in a winding rabbit hole of stalking your ex on Facebook and it immediately evokes the need for fried cheese, you're in luck.
The social network has been busy ripping features from other popular apps and services recently. Facebook has been building up a more profound association with food ordering organizations for quite a while. We've testing this since a year ago, and after responding to feedback and adding more partners, we're rolling out everywhere in the USA on iOS, Android, and desktop.More news: Hartley confirmed for F1 drive
Facebook, however, appears to want to become a one-stop-shop for everything. If a restaurant works with multiple delivery services, customers can select the service they prefer. "So, we're making it even easier", Himel added.