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Restrictions On Third-party Food Delivery Services

Concerning restrictions on certain practices by third-party food delivery services.
2021 Regular Session
Business & Economic Development
Labor & Employment
Bill Summary

The act prohibits a third-party food delivery service from taking and arranging for the delivery or pickup of an order from a retail food establishment, other than grocery and convenience stores, without the retail food establishment's consent. A retail food establishment may bring an action against a third-party food delivery service that violates the act for damages, a civil penalty not to exceed $1,000 per violation, and injunctive relief, and the prevailing party in such action is entitled to reasonable attorney fees.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)


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