Ordinance 71193

Third Party Food Delivery and Establishments

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The Board Bill would impose certain transparency requirements and restrictions on “third-party food delivery services” and “food establishments”, as these terms are defined in in the Bill. These include requirements that third-party food delivery services and food establishments disclose their policies regarding delivery worker gratuities, that third-party food delivery services disclose the commissions charged food establishments for online orders taken through their platforms, and require that food establishment’s their Health Department performance and risk-based inspection letter grades on platforms used to take online orders. The Board Bill would also prohibit third-party food delivery services from imposing requirements regarding food establishments’ prices for online orders, cap delivery fees at 5%, and require third-party food delivery services to obtain business licenses.


Session: 2020-2021

Board Bill Number: 27

Primary Sponsors: Christine Ingrassia

Committee: Health and Human Services

Effective: 07/24/2020

Legislative History

  • 05/15/2020

    First Reading

  • 07/14/2020

    Second Reading

  • 07/14/2020


  • 07/17/2020

    Third Reading

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