You can encourage local with these four Quebec delivery services

You can encourage local with these four Quebec delivery services

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The duck cold expected this week makes you want to order food from your favorite restaurant? U.S. too. But before sending your order, don't forget that there are Quebec delivery services that allow restaurateurs to have more in their pockets. We offer you four.

RestoLoco

Axel Lespérance (on the left), from RestoLoco, account Kamran Raja and his restaurant Pita Bar, in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district, in Montreal, among its clients. What the restaurateur likes most is that the platform allows people to experience the place.

RestoLoco is a delivery platform offering online orders in 12 cities across Quebec.

Restaurant owners pay less for their deliveries on this delivery service created in 2020.

Other good news: Since the beginning of the year, Quebec restaurateurs have owned it.

Onship.ca

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Charles and Guillaume Belzile, two brothers aged 27 and 29 respectively, launched In 2020 Onship.ca, a local delivery platform serving various cities on the South Shore, including Longueuil, Brossard and La Prairie Sud. It has more than 400 deliveries with 55 traders already to its credit. Onship.ca focuses primarily on convenience stores such as restaurants, convenience stores, and grocery stores.

Eva

The founders of the Eva cooperative, Dardan Isufi and Raphaël Gaudreault, in their offices on avenue du Mont-Royal Ouest, Monday, October 19, 2020. PHOTO LOUIS-PHILIPPE MESSIER/24 HOURS/QMI AGENCY

Founded in 2019, the Eva passenger transport application is a non-profit Quebec cooperative that competes with Uber by charging its member drivers 15% of the price of rides instead of 25%. It has adapted to the health crisis by offering an instant delivery service that does not take commission from the merchant and where the delivery person keeps the full amount. Its rise is not over: recently, it can even be used in regions outside Montreal such as Mont-Tremblant.

UEAT

Martin Lafrance, president of UEAT, offers restaurant owners the opportunity to go digital.

Until now, the Quebec platform UEAT only offered support services for the development of delivery platforms for restaurateurs. It was very recently that the Quebec-based company launched its own delivery program in collaboration with several local partners.

Based in Canada, UEAT was named the techno SME of the year in Quebec in 2020 by the Association québécoise des technologies.

UEAT designs online ordering solutions to help restaurateurs in North America and Europe optimize their operations with, among other things, a platform powered by an artificial intelligence module.

A bill to limit delivery costs

The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, André Lamontagne

Since March 2021, a bill (no 87) has been adopted in the National Assembly by Minister André Lamontagne aimed at limiting certain costs in the field of restoration in times of pandemic. Large delivery companies, like Uber Eats, Skip, or DoorDash, should cap the delivery charges they charge restaurants to 15% of an order's total bill, or 20% if delivery is by the courier. command or in its name.

Québec Solidaire tabled a bill in April to ensure that this bill is preserved beyond the health crisis.

– With the < em> Journal , Louis-Philippe Messier and Zoé Parrot-Leca

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