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McDonald’s pilots on-demand delivery in New York


Oak Brook, Ill. - McDonald's Corp. is trying to make fast-food even more convenient for New Yorkers. The retailer is launching a delivery test with Postmates, a direct-to-consumer delivery service, in the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.

Customers can go to or download the Postmates mobile app to order McDonald's food for delivery within an hour. The test involves 88 select McDonald's restaurants.

McDonald's full menu, except ice cream cones, will be available for delivery during the normal operating hours of participating restaurants. Certain restaurants will offer delivery 24 hours a day. There will be a delivery fee calculated based on the geographic distance traveled by the courier as well as a standard service charge.

"Our customers continue to tell us that they want their favorites from McDonald's delivered right to their doorsteps," said Julia Vander Ploeg, VP of McDonald's USA Digital. "We've listened to their feedback and are excited to launch this initiative. We look forward to learning from this test and continuing to innovate as we offer our customers everyday conveniences and new ways to experience our brand."

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