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Now, order lunch on Facebook: Social media giant adds 'Order Food' feature

Facebook is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year

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Now, order lunch on Facebook: Social media giant adds 'Order Food' feature

is rolling out new option "Order Food" to a select users in the US which will let them order food directly from its app, without having to open the restaurants's dedicated app or website.

Represented by a hamburger icon, the option lets users place food pickup and delivery orders from restaurants using or Slice, Tech Crunch reported on Friday.

In October last year, the social media giant announced a deal with online ordering businesses and The new roll out is the expansion of the tie-up.

has been bullish in market and is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year. The company owns the world's most popular apps: WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.

has introduced a number of features that have been killing the need of separate apps. It has launched features, including weather, a networking section called "discover people", a travel section called "city guides", government info via "town hall", an online jobs board, fundraisers, instant games and more.

confirmed that the "Order Food" functionality is related to the October news of and food ordering functionality via restaurants' Pages.

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Now, order lunch on Facebook: Social media giant adds 'Order Food' feature

Facebook is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year

Facebook is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year

is rolling out new option "Order Food" to a select users in the US which will let them order food directly from its app, without having to open the restaurants's dedicated app or website.

Represented by a hamburger icon, the option lets users place food pickup and delivery orders from restaurants using or Slice, Tech Crunch reported on Friday.

In October last year, the social media giant announced a deal with online ordering businesses and The new roll out is the expansion of the tie-up.

has been bullish in market and is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year. The company owns the world's most popular apps: WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.

has introduced a number of features that have been killing the need of separate apps. It has launched features, including weather, a networking section called "discover people", a travel section called "city guides", government info via "town hall", an online jobs board, fundraisers, instant games and more.

confirmed that the "Order Food" functionality is related to the October news of and food ordering functionality via restaurants' Pages.

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Now, order lunch on Facebook: Social media giant adds 'Order Food' feature

Facebook is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year

is rolling out new option "Order Food" to a select users in the US which will let them order food directly from its app, without having to open the restaurants's dedicated app or website.

Represented by a hamburger icon, the option lets users place food pickup and delivery orders from restaurants using or Slice, Tech Crunch reported on Friday.

In October last year, the social media giant announced a deal with online ordering businesses and The new roll out is the expansion of the tie-up.

has been bullish in market and is on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year. The company owns the world's most popular apps: WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.

has introduced a number of features that have been killing the need of separate apps. It has launched features, including weather, a networking section called "discover people", a travel section called "city guides", government info via "town hall", an online jobs board, fundraisers, instant games and more.

confirmed that the "Order Food" functionality is related to the October news of and food ordering functionality via restaurants' Pages.

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