The rules for delivering food in Wisconsin could soon be changing.
The State Assembly is set to vote tomorrow on a plan that would allow restaurants to opt out of third-party delivery services like Uber Eats and DoorDash. The proposal would also require food delivery drivers to have a modicum of food safety training.
Culver’s is driving the legislation. The company says it got a number of complaints about the food that was delivered through third party drivers. Culver’s says it wants to be able to opt out as a way to guarantee its food quality, and its service.