Uber Eats acquires Ando, the food delivery startup from David Change that makes its own food
As food delivery hopefuls like Deliveroo and Amazon get more involved in the making of food themselves, Uber’s food delivery branch Uber Eats has made an acquisition that could see the company also producing more of the product it’s bringing to its customers. Ando — the delivery-only ‘restaurant’ founded by Momofuku chef David Chang — announced today that it has been acquired by Uber Eats.
According to the notice on its homepage, the company is shutting down its service — live only in New York — effective immediately as it begins to integrate with Uber Eats.Since launching in May 2016, the company had been working with Uber Eats as a delivery partner, alongside other delivery services and a few of its own people.Ando doesn’t say outright what its role will be at its new parent. “We’ve worked with Uber to power our delivery from the start, and we’re excited our team and technolo...
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