Google Adds ‘Food Delivery Option’ In Search, Maps, And Assistant

Ruben Fields
May 25, 2019

Now thanks to the clever folks at Google, hangry people everywhere can order food delivery directly from Google Search, Maps, and Google Assistant. Assistant can pull up your previous orders from that restaurant, and you'll be able to select one of your favorite combos quickly.

So far, Google has partnered with a handful of food delivery providers, including DoorDash, Postmates, Delivery.com, Slice, and ChowNow.

How does it work?

Participating restaurants will have an "Order Online" button, if a user searches for them through Google Maps or Google Search. Like those integrations, you can get a look at multiple delivery services available for each restaurant, along with info about relevant delivery fees. With this new feature, whenever users search for a product or service and Google displays an important advertisement, a highlighted ad label would be visible on top of the ad's name alongside its web address. And is a clear indication that though Google is not getting directly into the delivery game, it is making a bigger impact on the food delivery business.

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It's also working on including more companies in the future, such as Zuppler.

You can now order food from any of these companies and more, without having to download their apps or even visit their website.

There is, of course, support for Google Pay to make payments quick and simple, eliminating the need to go hunting for a credit card. Yes, you read it right. Depending on the service, you can even complete your purchase using Google Pay, which would result in a completely seamless transaction.

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