A bill signed into law in Philadelphia this week sets new rules for DoorDash, Grubhub and other third-party delivery services. The measure caps fees that service providers can charge restaurants at 10% until the pandemic is over, requires disclosure of the delivery service's fees to customers and prohibits unauthorized restaurant listings.
Philadelphia sets stricter rules for delivery services
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