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Popular Food Delivery Apps in Canada

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Let’s say you’re having one of those lazy days and you’re in no mood to cook. Suddenly, you get a serious craving for some sushi, but no place around you has delivery. Luckily for you, that’s where food delivery apps come in handy! The following food delivery apps help you order your favourite food from the comfort of your own home and also lets you track the status of the delivery. In no particular order, you can find some of the popular food delivery apps in Canada below.

SkipTheDishes

SkipTheDishes is a food delivery app available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Josh and Chris Simair first established the company in 2012. Its headquarters are in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Initially, their focus was on the mid-market cities like Burnaby, East Vancouver, Red Deer, Prince Albert, Calgary and a few American cities, but as of right now they operate all across Canada and select states in America. You can order your food on their mobile app or on their website.

UberEats

UberEats is an American online food ordering company founded in 2014. It is the subsidiary of popular ride-hailing app Uber. Their services are offered on both their website and their app which is compatible on iOS and Android phones. Meals are delivered by couriers using cars, bikes or on foot. UberEats operates in about 300 cities across the world.

Foodora

Foodora was founded in Berlin about 5 years ago. The app offers meals from over 9000 restaurants in six countries. Luckily, they operate in Europe and Canada as well. Food can be ordered on their website and mobile app. The delivery person will bring you your tasty food using a bike or a car in a matter of minutes.

Moreover, online food delivery services are great job opportunities for international students in Canada. For instance, if you love to travel around the city and explore, this could be a cool job for you! What’s more, you may make a bunch of money from the tips you receive.

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