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Delivery service Gopuff launches its own ghost kitchens

The company focused on everyday essentials will add made-to-order food to its arsenal, marking a new phase for last-mile delivery and presenting an instant competitor for restaurants.

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Crave Hospitality to license its virtual food hall software

The Boise, Idaho-based company developed a robust system for its own business and is now selling it to other restaurants, starting with chef Michael Mina.

The fast-growing virtual brand company will triple its footprint through Reef Kitchens while also courting big real estate developers.

The Bay Area company combines ghost kitchen technology with elements of the on-premise experience.

The delivery-only concepts continue to pop up everywhere, including inside the kitchen of a big foodservice supplier. Also, Kitchen United is importing a popular U.K. concept and DoorDash is going to Japan.

The highly visible location will court guests for here and to-go as ghost kitchens continue to look more like regular restaurants.

Delivery-focused kitchens are encountering roadblocks in some places and cooperation in others as cities try to manage their impact on the community.

RB’s The Bottom Line looks again at the sandwich chain’s stunning decline and wonders whether ghost kitchens can be the answer.

The company formerly known as Virtual Kitchen Co. is bringing its "distributed restaurant" model to Chicago.

More states want to ban delivery companies from adding restaurants without consent, and the U.S. labor chief endorsed an employee model for gig work. Also, Wow Bao and MrBeast Burger keep growing.

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