TechCrunch has all the details of the move:
Indicated by a colorful hamburger icon on desktop and a blue-and-white hamburger icon on mobile, the option lets Facebook users place food pickup and delivery orders from restaurants using Delivery.com or Slice.
The feature is an expansion on a previously announced deal with online ordering businesses, Delivery.com and Slice, which Facebook detailed back in October. At that time, the company said that it would allow Facebook users to place orders with supported restaurants from their own Facebook Pages through a “Start Order” button.
FB has been more aggressively courting local businesses by offering online menus and other info for restaurants, and its reviews are already giving platforms like Yelp a run for their money.
The new feature isn’t available to all users yet, but should roll out across Facebook’s entire U.S. network over time.
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