As the government encourages people to limit the numbers at their Thanksgiving dinner tables this year, the concept of ordering takeout may be an idea for many to consider in lieu of preparing a large meal. In a time where many restaurants have lost revenue due to COVID-19, owners are depending on profits from takeout orders over the Thanksgiving holiday. For local businesses to survive, the need is increasing for people to order from delivery services that support restaurants in the community.
Unfortunately, this concern for restaurants’ profits is often not the case in the national food delivery industry, where corporations charge restaurants commission rates of up to 30 percent. Read this article about the increased need for delivery options and the importance of selecting a service that truly supports mom-and-pop establishments!