Norway’s Competition Authority: Foodora not allowed to enter into exclusive deals with restaurants

FodoraPhoto: Heiko Junge / NTB
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The food delivery service Foodora is not allowed to enter into exclusive agreements with restaurants, the Norwegian Competition Authority states in a decision.

Foodora has been investigated by the Norwegian Competition Authority since February 2021 on the basis of suspicion that the company had a dominant position and that it used exclusive agreements with restaurants.

“The decision from the Norwegian Competition Authority ensures that restaurants that have an agreement with Foodora are free to choose whether they also want to collaborate with other food ordering platforms. This will improve competition and thus provide a better offer for customers who buy restaurant food from food ordering platforms,” department director Hanne Dahl Amundsen said.

Foodora disagrees with the Norwegian Competition Authority’s concerns but has nevertheless committed itself to not enter into exclusive agreements with restaurants, so that the restaurants can also cooperate with other food ordering platforms.

Source : NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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