Food delivery giants should HALVE their restaurant commissions during coronavirus pandemic

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Food delivery giants like Uber Eats, Deliveroo, Menulog and DoorDash charge Australian restaurants and cafes up to 35% commission on every order.

With Australians increasingly staying at home instead of eating out because of coronavirus fears, these small food businesses are going broke.

Our restaurants cannot survive like this.

Customer numbers have plummeted, and when people order through food delivery third parties, the restaurant hands over up to 35% of the money.

In America, food delivery app Grubhub has announced it'll temporarily forgo $100 million US dollars in commissions, to give restaurants financial relief during the coronavirus pandemic.

The business model of the food delivery giants relies solely on the hard work of our restaurants and cafes. Without them, they don't exist.

As Australians, we are calling on Uber Eats, Deliveroo, Menulog, DoorDash and any other food delivery services to step in and help out.

As a starting point, the food delivery giants should HALVE the massive commissions they charge our restaurants and cafes.

Please help.