DENVER — Chipotle Mexican Grill announced another expansion in its partnership with delivery service DoorDash on Aug. 28. Food delivery from 70 DoorDash markets is now available from more than 1,800 Chipotle restaurants.

To promote the expanded availability, Chipotle is offering free delivery on any order of $10 or more until Sept. 12.

In April, the fast-casual restaurant company announced a partnership with DoorDash using the delivery service’s website and app, but now customers can order their burritos directly from either or the Chipotle app.

The company reported in May that there was nearly a 700 percent increase in deliveries once it started the partnership with DoorDash.

"Fans have long been requesting Chipotle delivery, and as part of our commitment to make it easy for our customers to get the delicious food they love when, where and how they want it, we're rolling out our own delivery service powered through DoorDash as the last mile delivery partner," said Curt Garner, chief digital and information officer at Chipotle. "We're proud to be among the first fast-casual chains to offer this delivery service and are excited to kick it off with this special offer for our customers."

The door-to-door delivery service continues to partner with a variety of foodservice chains such as Wendy’s, Jason’s Deli and White Castle, to name a few. 

"We're excited to expand our momentous partnership by powering Chipotle's in-app and web delivery experience," said Christopher Payne, chief operating officer of DoorDash. "Our expanded partnership leverages our strong logistics platform, which enables Chipotle to further the brand's commitment to make its delicious food available to their customers wherever and however they want it."