How restaurants can take advantage of delivery

In this episode of RB’s podcast, "A Deeper Dive," we discuss how restaurant companies can adapt to the on-demand economy.
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A Deeper Dive

How does a restaurant company take full advantage of consumers’ demand for delivery?

This week’s edition of Restaurant Business' podcast, "A Deeper Dive," features Melissa Wilson, principal with Technomic. Wilson discusses the delivery trend and offers advice and strategies for restaurant companies eager to take full advantage of consumers’ demand for food brought straight to their homes.

Delivery is a major industry trend, with the vast majority of large restaurant chains expanding the service in some fashion.

This episode examines why consumers are ordering more delivery, as well as how some companies are adapting to the service.

Please have a listen.

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