If McDonald's newly expanded all-day breakfast menu can't save the struggling fast-food chain, maybe door-to-door delivery will.
In an effort to up its digital game, McDonald's is partnering with UberEats to provide delivery for some Florida customers, beginning in January, Business Insider reports.
The fast-food chain will test out the delivery service in 200 restaurants across Tampa, Orlando, and Miami. By 2018, McDonald's says it will be available to all customers worldwide. Fast food lovers in the area can order anything off the menu through the UberEats mobile app or website, and either pick it up themselves or have a courier make the delivery.
To be sure, McDonald's is making steps to keep up with competitors like Chick-fil-A, Taco Bell, and Domino's, which already offer mobile ordering. But the partnership is part of an even bigger plan to save the company, which has been struggling to stay relevant with Millennials.
In November, McDonald's announced it would be offering custom orders and table service as well as self-service kiosks, mobile payments, and "smart" menu boards. It also plans to remove artificial ingredients from its food and switch to cage free eggs.