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The fast-food chain’s delivery options have expanded

McDonald’s is now available for delivery on the UberEATS app, through 53 participating Connecticut restaurants.

You can now have Chicken McNuggets, Big Macs and fries delivered right to your door with just a few clicks, or taps on your smartphone.

McDonald's is now available for delivery on the UberEATS app, through 53 participating Connecticut restaurants. UberEATS, a division of the popular ride-sharing service, first launched as a food-delivery option in Stamford and New Haven last summer and entered the Hartford market in February.

McDonald's delivery is now available in select towns and cities: Berlin, Bloomfield, Branford, Derby, East Hartford, East Haven, Glastonbury, Hamden, Hartford, Manchester, Milford, New Britain, Newington, Orange, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Rocky Hill, Seymour, South Windsor, West Hartford and West Haven.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.


Uber Eats launches new service in Cornwall with McDonald's deliveries available to your door

Another delivery service is set to launch in Cornwall this week with the arrival of Uber Eats. The launch of the service from the delivery and taxi giant Uber will being Falmouth, with residents able to order McDonald&aposs to their doorsteps from today.

A selection of local restaurants is set to join the app in the coming weeks.

People in Falmouth wishing to order from Uber Eats can access the service by downloading the company’s free app, which is available to order from between 8am and midnight. All deliveries are contactless, with personal protective equipment used by couriers.

Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We are really excited to be launching in Falmouth, firstly with McDonald’s, and a host of local restaurants joining in the coming weeks. We hope to make it even easier for local residents to enjoy a variety of delicious food both comfortably and safely.”

It’s the second delivery service to announce a launch in Falmouth in the same week, with the news that Zoom! one-hour delivery service will also be launching in the town offering a delivery service of Co-Op supermarket goods to residents doors.

You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive&aposs FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins andsign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.

Dave Hamlet, co-founder and CEO of Zoom 1hr Delivery, said: "Launching in Falmouth is a key milestone for us on our mission to becoming the UK’s hyper-local, last-mile delivery service.

“Falmouth has a brilliant selection of food businesses and restaurants. We feel it’s important to support them during this challenging time as well as being able to service communities in smaller towns and more rural locations that wouldn’t have had access to this type of delivery service before now.

“It is also fantastic to deliver on behalf of Co-op in the Falmouth area, and we are proud to have an average delivery time for Co-op customers of just 20 minutes from ordering, which is an exceptional service.

“We hope Falmouth’s residents enjoy our fast delivery of groceries, fine cuisine, fast food, and drinks, whilst keeping safe at home. All they need to do is download our app or head to www.zoom-food.co.uk to order.”

In addition to the services launching in Falmouth, St Austell will see Deliveroo launching in the town in the next couple of months, with further launches planned for Penzance and Newquay. The service launched in Falmouth two years ago.