On-demand delivery firm DoorDash and burger franchise Jack in the Box just recently expanded their delivery partnership in a major way.
Following a successful test run in San Francisco, Jack in the Box and DoorDash are now offering delivery options to 229 major cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle and Las Vegas, among a number of others. The two plan to continue expanding their delivery options to more cities and markets throughout 2017.
“Whether you’re up late working on a project or just need a snack in the middle of the day, Jack in the Box delivery is the perfect addition to DoorDash’s selection of top restaurants,” said Prahar Shah, head of business development at DoorDash. “DoorDash is winning in on-demand delivery in part because of our great partners like Jack in the Box. After months piloting with Jack in the Box in San Francisco, we’ve made delivery from their restaurants even faster, easier and simpler, and we are excited to be taking this partnership to the next level.”
The Jack in the Box partnership is the latest of DoorDash’s moves to grow its food delivery services for major restaurant brands. Last summer, Dunkin Donuts announced a partnership with DoorDash to offer its on-demand delivery service in select parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan with the goal of potentially launching the service on a national level.
DoorDash also has similar delivery partnerships in parts of the U.S. with KFC, Taco Bell and 7-Eleven. Additionally, the company launched a pilot program in San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles last summer to test out the viability of delivering beer, wine and liquor to its customers on top of food.