Five Brazilian restaurant chains join forces to fight inflated delivery fees from iFood, Rappi, Uber Eats & Co

The new tool, called Quiq, will enable all delivery or take away orders to be organized in a single place, thereby reducing costs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's antitrust agency, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) on Thursday, July 16, unrestrictedly approved a partnership between companies in the food sector - such as Outback, Dominos, Giraffas, Bobs and Rei do Mate - to create and operate a delivery platform.

The approval was published in the Federal Gazette. The new service, called Quiq, will enable all delivery or take away orders to be organized in a single place, thereby reducing costs that restaurants have with platforms such as iFood, Rappi and Uber Eats.

The companies also explained that their businesses would continue to operate . . .

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