Policy Summary

This codified law creates a fee limit for third-party food service deliveries during emergencies. Third-party food delivery services cannot charge a delivery fee greater than 15% of the purchase price of the order. A "Third-party delivery service" includes any services that arranges for the same-day pick-up and delivery of food or beverages to over 20 food service establishments. The fee limit only applies during a declared emergency and for 90 days after the end of the emergency. Violations of the fee-limit may result in a civil penalty up to $1,000.

Background Information

State New York
Jurisdiction Name New York
Jurisdiction Type City,
Population Size 800,000+

Policy Details

Emergency management?


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