US-based food-ordering marketplace GrubHub has added new markets to its delivery network in 19 states across the country.

The newly added markets include Mobile and Montgomery in Alabama, Salinas in California, Fort Collins in Colorado, The Villages in Florida and Anderson, Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, Frankfort, Greensburg and New Castle in Indiana.

These locations increase the company’s network to more than 100 markets. In July this year, Grubhub’s delivery capabilities were made available to restaurants in additional markets across 17 states.

“Through this expansion of our driver network, we’re now helping restaurants in more than 100 new markets.”

Grubhub chief operating officer Stan Chia said: “With each new delivery network market launch, we’re providing our diners with even more choices to get the food they love, when they want it.

“Through this expansion of our driver network, we’re now helping restaurants in more than 100 new markets add a delivery option to connect with even more hungry diners, without any significant capital costs.

“We look forward to continuing to expand our delivery network nationwide and adding even more cities throughout 2018 and beyond.”

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Grubhub currently offers delivery services from more than 85,000 restaurant partners in 1,600 US cities and London under various brands including Seamless, LevelUp, Eat24, AllMenus and MenuPages.

Last month, Grubhub signed an agreement to acquire campus food ordering platform Tapingo for approximately $150m.