Uber is planning to bring its food delivery service to Ireland, Fora.ie reports.
The U.S. ride-sharing company hopes to bring its Uber Eats service to 100 new locations, including Ireland. It aims to rival firms such as Deliveroo and JustEat by delivering food from participating restaurants, such as McDonalds, in 30 minutes or less. In a statement, a spokesman for Uber Eats said:
“We’re really excited that soon we’ll be able to offer our Uber Eats app to consumers and restaurants in Ireland"
He noted that people in Dublin have already been downloading the app ahead of the expected launch later this year. Uber's ride-sharing service does not operate in Ireland due to strict taxi regulations.