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Delivery apps' lawsuit against NYC fee cap is allowed to proceed

A judge ruled that DoorDash, Uber Eats and Grubhub have “adequately stated a claim” that the city's limit on what they charge restaurants is unconstitutional.

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Kitchen United to lean into retail and catering under new CEO

Atul Sood sees a lot of opportunity in the company's partnerships with Kroger and Circle K, but not so much in its stand-alone ghost kitchens. “You’ll probably see less of those,” he said.

As diners prioritize sustainability, restaurant operators have an easy way to meet demand—environmentally friendly packaging for off-premise orders.

After conquering e-commerce, the serial entrepreneur set out to fix food delivery. He created a new kind of restaurant in the process.

The Bottom Line: Third-party services are pushing back against restaurants that charge higher prices. But that practice is unlikely to end anytime soon, leaving the ultimate decision up to consumers.

Tech Check: The development of an AI voice bot puts the delivery giant within shouting distance of fast-food’s biggest channel.

The bot will be able to take orders and make suggestions. It's a whole new business for the delivery company.

The retail giant will now start delivering hot rotisserie chickens, in original and lemon-pepper flavors.

The family chain said the system will spotlight options that align with a user's demonstrated preferences on variables like spiciness and price.

For brands like Shake Shack and Red Robin, less delivery has meant more people are ordering in person. They view that as a good thing.

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