Doordash, an on-demand food delivery service, has teamed up with a California company to launch a special type of physical restaurant in the state that will provide only distribution and takeaway food. The restaurant was due to open in March, but the outbreak has delayed these plans. The launch involves opening a small variant of an existing physical restaurant. < / P > < p > doordash, a food distribution company based on a part-time economy, has been accompanied by some controversies, with some restaurants praising its platform as a way to expand to food distribution, while others criticize the company’s high commission fees. As expected, with the popularity of the new crown, the demand for on-demand restaurant delivery has risen sharply. < / P > < p > according to the latest report in the San Francisco Chronicle, doordash invested an unknown amount of money to launch a new physical restaurant called Burma bites in Auckland, California. The restaurant will open next week as a delivery and take away destination that forks out of the existing Burma superstar destination. < / P > < p > this is doordash’s first investment in a physical independent restaurant, highlighting the company’s interest expansion in a period of unusually strong service demand. Burma bites doesn’t provide food and beverage space. Instead, people in Auckland can order some food and then pick up or deliver them to their homes. < / P > < p > all products offered by Burma bites will cost between $12 and $19. If the locals live within a radius of up to five miles from the restaurant, they can expect to receive delivery of doordash’s products, otherwise they will need to pick up the food in person. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen

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