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Uber Eats test drives this new food revenue stream
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Uber Eats is now delivering culinary experiences as a way to hail a new revenue stream.
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The on-demand food ordering and delivery platform rolled out Uber Moments, allowing customers to book culinary experiences like dumpling-making classes and book a five-course dinner via the app, Forbes reported.
The food experiment is slated to run through Nov. 17 in the San Francisco market. Options include a $75 class on making Chinese dumplings and a $55 five-course Nigerian dinner and can be accessed under the new Moments tab on the Uber Eats app. Users in the Bay Area can search for "Uber Moments" on the Uber Eats app and find a time slot to book a single ticket or buy multiple for group dining experiences.