Square launches food ordering service in New York

Caviar's Fastbite officially launched in New York City after a successful trial in Silicon Valley. The service promises food, for $15 and under, in less than 15 minutes. Caviar, owned by Square, has tripled its sales volume since its acquisition last summer. The upswing and launch are part of a broader trend of companies such as Uber, Google and Amazon to experiment with ways to deliver groceries and food. Story

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