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Uber Eats has removed 8,000 virtual brands from its app in an effort to ensure consumers see authentic restaurant varieties. The move comes after Uber Eats rolled out strict quality-control requirements, with the aim of eliminating duplicate menus and improving the overall consumer experience. Virtual brands, which are menus created for delivery-only, have grown rapidly but faced criticism for causing confusion and clutter on delivery apps.

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