Uber Eats announced new initiatives to help combat food insecurities. This includes allowing consumers to use SNAP/EBT to order groceries directly through the Uber Eats app.

The company will also work with their largest U.S. grocery partner, Albertsons Companies, to transport food waste from their stores to food banks and nonprofits. This will start in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

Suzanne Long, Chief Sustainability and Transformation Officer at Albertsons Cos, said the company is dedicated to fighting food insecurity in their communities. “We are thrilled to partner with Uber to create a reliable donation pick up program for our partner food recovery organizations, ensuring that the food donated from our stores gets to those in need,” she added.

Consumers can use SNAP/EBT for grocery delivery directly from the Uber Eats app.

Uber Eats plans to offer access to SNAP/EBT grocery delivery to all eligible retail partners on the platform across the U.S.

Customers who use a current EBT card with their Uber Eats account will have a $0 delivery fee on all EBT SNAP orders for two months.

Additionally, the integration between Uber Eats and Uber Health will provide health providers and community-based organizations the option to deliver “food as medicine.” Providers can choose fresh food items using Uber Health and will also be able to pay for these items using patients’ benefits. These include health insurance plans as well as SNAP.

The initiatives are just the latest investments Uber has made toward supporting vulnerable populations. Previous care has come in the form of Uber’s partnerships with Feeding America and the World Central Kitchen. Uber also previously expanded 1-833-USE-UBER to provide a phone booking feature for those wishing to order a meal without using the app.