Not all restaurants support a 15% delivery fee cap

Multiple L.A. restaurants have signed a petition opposing the proposed 15% delivery app fee cap.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 18, 2020
In an unexpected move, more than 20 Los Angeles restaurants, including Canter’s, Sichuan Impression and Sweetfin, have signed a petition opposing a City Council proposal to cap third-party delivery app fees. It’s a stance that’s in direct...
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