Expensed Meals, Made Simple.

Set a food ordering budget for employees to expense meals anytime, anywhere they work.

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From business lunch to working late on a deadline, we’ve got you covered

450,000+ Restaurants

Choose from 450,000+ restaurants

Your team can choose a meal from local favorites and national chains for their next lunch meeting.

Go the extra mile

Go the extra mile

Implementing an employee meal program with a monthly food ordering stipend will show you care.

Set it and forget it

Set it and forget it

Enroll your employees in an expensed meals benefit program and set automatic one-time or recurring budgets.


Easy to set up, easy to use.

  • Pick eligible employees, set ordering hours, and assign spending limits in the Work Portal.
  • No need for employees to save receipts; meals are automatically expensed to the company account so your team can easily access restaurants for a business lunch and more.

Boost productivity and morale.

  • With scheduled orders, your employees can order food at whatever time works during their busy day.
  • Save your team the stress of daily meal prep, so they can focus on doing their best work and don't have to think about scheduling a corporate lunch, meeting meal ideas, or eating healthy.
  • Whether they’re working from home or in the office, attract and retain top talent with a meal benefit they’ll love.

Flexible budgets–only pay for what you use.

  • Corporate catering has never been easier! Seamlessly plan everyone's meals for your work party, quarterly meeting, or as a thank you for working late. 
  • Unlike gift cards, if your employees don’t use the recurring or one-time budget by the end of the time-frame you choose, you’ll get the unused money back.

Here's how it works:


Designate eligible employees, set ordering hours, and assign spending limits per role or employee meal program.


Employees simply log in to DoorDash with their work email and add items to their cart.


Orders are billed to the company account, enhancing your tools for appliance and budgeting.

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