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Facebook rolling out 'Order Food' option

Don't want to leave your Facebook app? Sure, just use the upcoming 'Order Food' option.

Published May 22, 2017 12:35 AM CDT   |   Updated Wed, Jul 27 2022 3:36 AM CDT
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There are some people that use Facebook so much that they might not have many other apps installed on their phone, and for the people who want an even easier food delivery service with their phone will soon be able to tap the 'Order Food' button on Facebook.

Facebook rolling out 'Order Food' option | TweakTown.com

TechCrunch is reporting that the new Order Food button will be made available on the Facebook app for mobile, as well as the desktop. It will be accessed by the main navigation menu, where it will be found at the bottom, with a hamburger icon. The ordering process itself is smooth, with Delivery.com and Slice powering it. You can type the specific location or general area you're in, where you'll be greeted to a list of available restaurants.

The options of restaurants and outlets won't be large at first, but it will continue to grow as the service expands with more users and businesses signing up. As TechCrunch said in their article, it seems like Facebook is building itself into a much larger ecosystem, where you will not need to leave Facebook at all, even if you're hungry.

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