How Habit Burger made delivery profitable

On this week’s edition of “A Deeper Dive,” Habit CEO Russ Bendel talks about delivery, expansion and the burger business.
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The Habit Burger Grill wanted to take advantage of the growing market for third-party delivery. But it also wanted the service to be profitable.

On this week’s edition of Restaurant Business' podcast, “A Deeper Dive,” Habit CEO Russ Bendel talks about how the more than 200-unit company responded to that challenge, in the process satisfying the chain, its customers and its delivery providers.

Bendel also discusses the company’s growth as well as how the chain deals with constantly changing trends in the restaurant business.

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