MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As Minnesotans brace themselves for this bitter blast, many are looking to food delivery services to avoid the extreme cold weather.

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WCCO reached out to various food delivery providers in the metro area, including Postmates, who said they always see a spike in orders during extreme weather events.

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The cost of delivery tends to vary depending on which service you use.

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GrubHub told ‘CCO that their cost of delivery does not go up due to inclement weather, however fees may be adjusted to ensure drivers are fairly compensated for their efforts.