Uber is looking to change that with a new app for restaurant owners called UberEats, a food-ordering service that uses sensors and data from the restaurants and their customers to identify food-quality problems before it’s eaten.
UberEATS allows customers to pay with cash or credit cards, and restaurants can choose to accept cash or a credit card.
It also has a feature for people who want to pay in cash to order food at a restaurant, or in person to order their own food.
The app also has its own food-safety standards, like a zero-tolerance policy for dangerous bacteria in food preparation.
Uber says that the app is currently in beta testing in Boston and Los Angeles.
It has not yet said how much the app will cost.
In Boston, UberEates will have a limited selection of food, and customers will have to buy an app-generated voucher to get a full meal.
In Los Angeles, Uber will offer a “super premium” version of the app, which will have an additional 30% price discount and will be available at select locations, including Whole Foods, Olive Garden, and Olive Garden Shoppes.
The price will be the same for people using UberEaters in all three markets, Uber said.
Uber’s CEO, Travis Kalanick, said the app has been built by a team of food-science researchers and chefs who “share the same passion for creating better food.”
Kalanik said the team is trying to “build a food app that will bring our customers the best food in the world.”
It’s not the first time Uber has experimented with food safety and safety issues.
Uber started a pilot program in New York in October 2017.
It used the data it collected to build a system to detect food-borne illnesses and make recommendations to restaurants about where to get the most healthy food.
Uber said that it will continue to evaluate how it can improve food safety in the future, and that the team will be working with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on food safety issues before it makes a final decision on how it will implement the UberEAT app.
Uber also announced a partnership with the New York Department of Health to help improve the health of its drivers.
Uber has not disclosed how much it will spend on the program.
Uber launched in Los Angeles last month, and it is in the process of expanding to Chicago, Miami, and other cities in the U.S.