What Amazon and Grubhub Get From a Partnership

What Amazon and Grubhub Get From a Partnership

Amazon is (cautiously) returning to the food delivery market. But first...

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Grubhub, the struggling US meal-delivery business, is getting a second chance

On Wednesday, the company announced that it was teaming up with retail behemoth Amazon.com Inc

which is adding food delivery as a perk for millions of Amazon Prime members.

With the deal, Prime customers can get online food takeout with no delivery fees through a one-year Grubhub+ membership

As part of the tie-up, Amazon will get an initial option to take a 2% stake in Grubhub

and an additional 13% stake if the partnership goes well. 

The agreement comes at a crucial time for Grubhub. In-person restaurant dining has gradually returned after pandemic lockdowns,

while inflation has squeezed household budgets—meaning Americans’ appetite for takeout isn’t what it used to be

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