Today, ACI, along with a coalition of policy groups, filed testimony with the California legislature in opposition to a bill that would institute price controls on restaurant food delivery services. The letter states that the establishment of a price control scheme for contracts between private third-party delivery platforms and restaurants (as proposed under AB 286) would severely harm an important lifeline for California restaurants, especially independent, mom-and-pop businesses.

During the COVID crisis and as the economy struggles to rebound, restricting the delivery of food to consumers is a misplaced policy.

You can read our letter to the California Assembly here.