It’s no secret that national delivery apps come at a high cost to restaurants and customers alike. While third-party delivery services provide resources that restaurants simply don’t have, the total cost is often beyond what owners can afford. How can restaurants deal with this problem when many rely on delivery for their survival?
In this pandemic, many eateries have turned to curbside pickup, delivery, and pop-up models to make a profit. However, partnerships with third-party delivery services often bring about more harm than good when national apps pocket most of the profit. Read this article from the Los Angeles Times to learn more about the need to support local, whether by ordering directly from establishments or through local delivery apps that return earnings to restaurants!