Little Caesars Enterprises will soon pair with DoorDash to offer pizza delivery services at 3,600 eating places in the U.S. and Canada, beginning on Monday, DoorDash stated.
While pizza restaurants helped start the idea of delivering food to people’s houses years in the past, Little Caesars – the world’s third-largest pizza chain – has not offered supply until now.
Little Caesars will not be listed on the DoorDash platform as a participating restaurant. Instead, orders will come via Little Caesars’ website and mobile app, the delivery firm stated.
The orders will then go out to DoorDash’s driver line for achievement via a service referred to as DoorDash Drive.
The contract comes as pizza restaurants, long a mainstay of food supply, are underneath stress from other kinds of eating places large and small utilizing delivery partners, such as DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Technologies’ Uber Eats.
Domino’s Pizza, the world’s biggest pizza chain with its line of delivery, reported sales that fell short of expectations for the last four quarters, damaged by the rising competitors.
And delivery companies themselves are going through possible upheaval as they fight one another for territory and prospects.
Unlike other chains, Little Caesars will not require minimum purchases to get offers or apply discounts only to carry-out orders, David Scrivano, Little Caesars’ chief executive, mentioned in an announcement.
The chain’s full menu shall be available for delivery, and prices would be the same as take out.