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DoorDash expands alcohol delivery to Australia

The service is also available in Canada and 20 additional U.S. states.

DoorDash announced it is expanding its alcohol delivery service to Australia, Canada and 20 additional U.S. states and the District of Columbia, which it says will reach 100 million adults worldwide.

“Customers in select markets, where legally permissible, can toggle to the Alcohol tab of the DoorDash app to browse and safely order from a wide selection of drinks from restaurants, grocery stores, local retailers, and convenience stores,” the company said in a media release.

The feature is only available to customers 21 and older and requires ID verification via checkout and by the delivery driver.

DoorDash has also partnered with Retail Drinks Australia and Drinkwise in Australia to further expand its commitment to “responsible service of alcohol in other countries.”

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