I'm trying to get restaurants to agree to sign a contract that I book for their restaurants. But what about the restaurants that do not want to sign. Can I order food from them legally and charge shipping for customers without an agreement with the restaurant. Basically … In fact, I used similar services before when lived in Georgia and Michigan. It seems to me that restaurants that do not deliver will be eager for a new source of income, such as customers who can not pick up. Which in itself is the selling point for them. Of course, they'll probably want to make sure that the food delivery would happen in a timely manner. (No pick and delivering at 21:00 to 22:30.) As far as I can see, it does not seem to be anything "illegal" do not have an agreement with a restaurant. However, I doubt that you will get the best fastest restaurants that do not participate willingly service. Start small, if necessary, with participating restaurants and see how it goes from there. You can always ask the royal customers, i. E. Friends and family to recommend the service to their favorite restaurants. And as an FYI, the biggest users of the service were offices. Lots of luck.
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