Taco Bell Delivery Comes to California
Hungry and can’t drive? Taco Bell has got your back.
Attention all stoners and late-night partiers in LA and OC: your munchies cravings are now just a click away as Taco Bell announces this week that they will be launching an app and website-based delivery service. San Diegans will have to wait a little longer for delivery options.
Taco Bell announced its partnership with the relatively new Palo Alto based app company Doordash, and deliveries started earlier this week. Though the Taco Bell partnership is the first national partnership for Doordash, Taco Bell feels that they are a prefect fit for their company and their customers. Doordash uses a proprietary data-based logistics platform to provide a fast and affordable way for consumers to receive on-demand deliveries; something that pairs well with Taco Bell.
“Delivery is yet another example of how we’re using technology and innovation to respond to consumers’ wants and needs, further evolving the Taco Bell experience for customers. We were one of the first to redefine convenience at QSR with our mobile app, and knowing that delivery is the no. 1 request from our consumers, we see a tremendous opportunity to bring the Taco Bell experience to fans where and when they want it most,” said Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol
Taco Bell had been testing delivery with DoorDash in select cities and aims for this larger roll out to provide even more opportunities to listen to customer feedback and evaluate the experience, with plans to bring Taco Bell delivery nationwide. Currently, the delivery service is available in 90 cities and 200 restaurants through the Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco and Dallas regions. Though Taco Bell isn’t delivering in San Diego yet, San Diegans will have to hope that the delivery service will be successful and reach San Diego shortly.