The aggregator also updated its standards to prevent virtual restaurants from offering identical menus, which would lower the quality and quantity of available food selections.
In an effort to help its small and medium-sized restaurant partners strengthen their businesses, Uber Eats has launched the Certified Virtual Restaurant Program in partnership with virtual kitchen firms. More precise ordering and higher-quality food are the results of this program’s added degree of verification and transparency for clients.
For its 5,000 virtual restaurants, Uber Eats is instituting new restrictions to get rid of duplicate menus and improve the quality of the available options. There should be no more than 5% of orders canceled and no more than 5% of erroneous orders placed. Other requirements include a minimum of 4.3 stars from consumers and at least 10 rated orders.