Uber's food conveyance business has dramatically increased, as the pandemic builds hunger for online staple requests and eatery takeaway.
The firm said income from its Uber Eats administration hit $1.4bn (£1bn) in the three months to 30 September, bouncing 124% from a similar period in 2019.
The development helped counterbalance steep decreases in the association's center rides business.
In any case, Uber actually recorded lost about $1.1bn in the quarter, generally equivalent to a year ago.
Uber manager Dara Khosrowshahi said interest for food conveyance has remained solid even as nations lift limitations, a promising sign for development in the Uber Eats business.
"We have more eaters, they're remaining longer, they're eating more," he advised speculators on a telephone call to examine the association's quarterly outcomes.
"There's no doubt in my psyche that there's a basic conduct move that has gone on," he added later. "Individuals won't quit utilizing Amazon. Individuals won't quit utilizing Eats."
The development in conveyance denoted a conspicuous difference to the association's ride-hailing business.
There, Uber said appointments and income for its taxi administration remained generally 50% of a year ago's levels, in spite of progress since the spring.
Request has recouped most in Europe, while slacking in the US and Canada, its most significant market, heads said.
They cautioned that the resurgence in Covid cases in Europe and new limitations in nations like the UK and France would probably hit interest in coming months.