Facebook is offering hungry consumers a seamless means of ordering delivery with a new extension that enables an individual to place an order without leaving Facebook.
The new order-placing service can be found under Facebook's 'Explore' menu, where users have the opportunity to browse a variety of popular delivery services, such as DoorDash or ChowNow. Indicated by a colorful hamburger icon, this service will connect an individual to a variety of popular restaurants, like Five Guys, Panera and Chipotle.
The feature was made possible through Facebook's partnership with Delivery.com and Slice, which was announced earlier in October. Facebook's "order food" option conveniently keeps an individual from straying from the social media site, through continuing to offer alternatives to other apps on a user's device.
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