L.A. studies a cap on food delivery service fees restaurants pay

A new proposed Los Angeles city ordinance could set a 15% food delivery service fee cap.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 27, 2020
Los Angeles restaurant owners, who have been vocal about high service fees charged by food delivery apps, could soon pay significantly less if a new city ordinance is approved. Restaurants currently pay as much as 30% in fees to third-party...
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