The current pandemic has led many restaurants to turn to delivery, however food delivery is poised to continue to grow as a proliferation of platforms like UberEats and Grubhub rise.
With Covid-19 pandemic still disrupting normal operations for most restaurants, many restaurant owners need to adapt. Yet, adapting to adversity now might lead to more profits after the pandemic is a fading memory. Pre-pandemic, nearly 60% of households ordered delivery or take out once a week. Traditional restaurants that have dine in or carryout only, might be missing out potential profits. Adding delivery to your restaurant does have some initial costs, but they are limited. However, one thing is certain, now is the time to consider implementing delivery as a part of your business model.