It has never been difficult to get food delivered to your home in Guadalajara. The city is full of motorcyclists, especially, zipping in-and-out of traffic on their two-wheelers with large metal boxes fastened at the rear, even scooting along the wrong way down one-way streets and sometimes on sidewalks to successfully deliver everything from the local shop’s torta ahogada to yes, Burger King (if you didn’t already know). One thing that’s for sure, though, is that until now, home food delivery has more or less relied upon the business, i.e. the restaurant, having the means to deliver that hot meal to you itself. Whereas some US cities offer several independent food delivery services, Guadalajara was somewhat lacking such a thing. Well, that is, until recently. Enter UberEATS.