Amazon is reportedly shutting its meal supply service within the U.S. later this month, dealing with fierce competitors from its rivals Grubhub, Uber Eats, and DoorDash.

The Seattle-based know-how firm will terminate its service of Amazon Eating places on June 24, in response to a number of media experiences. The division’s small variety of workers has discovered new roles within the firm or will obtain the corporate’s help to seek out different jobs. USA TODAY has reached out to Amazon for remark. 

The service was launched in 2015, first open to some ZIP codes in Seattle and later expanded to over 20 cities within the U.S., together with Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Dallas, in response to the corporate’s web site.

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The meals supply service is accessible completely to Amazon Prime members, who can order meals by way of the corporate’s Prime Now supply service. It additionally delivers objects from Entire Meals, which the corporate additionally owns.

Amazon began its restaurant supply operation within the U.Ok. in 2016 and closed it final 12 months in November. The corporate, nonetheless, did not utterly step away from the meals supply enterprise. Deliveroo stated in Could that Amazon has led a $575-million spherical of funding within the firm. 

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