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Work in NYC, Chicago? Uber Wants Your Lunch Order.

Busy New Yorkers and Chicagoans will soon have another way to get dinner delivered.

On-demand transportation service Uber plans to expand its UberEATS business to the cities starting Tuesday.

For a flat $3 fee ($4 in New York City), Uber will offer delivery in 10 minutes or less from a set menu of available dishes that changes daily after a successful pilot of the service in Barcelona and Los Angeles (where it was previously called UberFRESH).

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