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The fondue chain is selling do-it-yourself meal kits through a partnership with Omaha Steaks.
Customers can now order Blue Apron meal kits in Wonder’s app for pickup and delivery.
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The virtual food hall chain founded by Marc Lore is expanding into meal kits as it strives to become a “super app for mealtime.”
Google searches for Italian beef have nearly doubled since the Hulu series started streaming this summer and sales are booming at spots selling the iconic sandwich, both in its hometown and other cities.
Delivering authentic flavor and high-quality dishes remains paramount, and, as is customary around the holidays, togetherness will be top of mind for many consumers.
Nearly three-fourths of consumers said they would buy groceries at a restaurant, but less than a quarter of restaurants offer them, according to research by Coca-Cola.
The two are the latest big chains to try that form of to-go and delivered meals.
Branching into retail has brought its own set of challenges.
Operators are packaging the ingredients for make-at-home pizzas, brunch, tacos and more to deliver to housebound consumers.