The Norwegian Competition Authority closes investigation into restaurant food ordering platforms (Foodora)

Decision in Foodora case: exclusivity agreements with restaurants not allowed* The Norwegian Competition Authority is closing its investigation of Foodora as the company has agreed not to use exclusivity agreements or exclusive practices towards restaurants regarding the use of Foodora’s food ordering platform. Other food ordering platforms can thereby access the market more easily. The Authority has investigated Foodora since February 2021. The Authority suspected that Foodora was dominant and had included exclusivity clauses in its agreements with restaurants. Such requirements may constitute an infringement of the prohibition in the Competition Act against abuses of a dominant position. Exclusivity

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Norwegian Competition Authority, The Norwegian Competition Authority closes investigation into restaurant food ordering platforms (Foodora), 18 January 2022, e-Competitions August 2022, Art. N° 107500

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