Indianapolis looks to cap food delivery fees

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – City leaders in Indianapolis are looking to cap the fees that delivery services like DoorDash and UberEats charge restaurants.

The City-County Council last night proposed a plan that would limit delivery fees to just 15% and limit other fees to 5%.

Some restaurants in Indianapolis say the third-party delivery services are often charging 25% to deliver a meal. Many restaurants in Indy, and across the country, have become reliant on the delivery services as coronavirus restrictions have kept their dining rooms closed over the past year.

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