Existing law, the Fair Food Delivery Act of 2020, defines a "food delivery platform" as an online business that acts as an intermediary between consumers and multiple food facilities, as defined, to submit food orders and arrange for the delivery of the order, and prohibits a food delivery platform from arranging for the delivery of an order from a food facility without first obtaining an agreement with the food facility.
This bill, in addition to making related findings and declarations, would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation that would prohibit food delivery listing services from rerouting customer calls through third-party platforms.