You Can Now Order Food Using the Facebook App

Facebook now lets you order food without leaving Facebook

Facebook will now let you order food

Facebook said it has partnered with restaurants including Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, Jack in the Box Inc, Five Guys and Papa John's International Inc.

Look for your dining options by going to the Explore menu (the three-line hamburger menu on the lower right corner of the screen on the app) or on and choosing the Order Food option.

The company is partnering with existing services, DoorDash, ChowNow, Zuppler, EatStreet, Slice, and Olo - not Seamless - and will now link out to those food ordering businesses for restaurants that support them.

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If you're too lazy to visit a restaurant, or even open your favourite food ordering app, Facebook now lets you place orders for delivery or pick up directly from its app and website.

Starting Friday, Facebook users can order food directly from the iOS or Android app, or the desktop site.

And because this is Facebook we're talking about, you can see what your friends have to say about a restaurant before placing your order. "People already go to Facebook to browse restaurants and decide where to eat or where to order food, so we're making that easier".

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But if you're left asking why you wouldn't just use an app from these services or chains to begin with, I don't have a great answer for why Facebook's little shortcut would be better.

Facebook began testing the feature a year ago but is now ready for a wide US release on iOS, Android, and desktop. Facebook's two-billion strong users get hungry, and before ordering food users will need to jump ship to another app. If it offers ordering through the Facebook app, you'll see a Start Order button appear next to its name.

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