With the coronavirus lockdown keeping restaurants closed and would-be diners at home, takeaway food options are booming in India, and there are signs that the shift toward home-delivered food is here to stay. However, do not fire your cook yet? We all need a job during these crisis-driven times!
Ordering food online has become so popular and inexpensive that it may soon edge out cooking at home as the preferred way to get a meal on the table. When time is factored in, a meal ordered online could close in or beat the cost of home-cooked food.
Four factors that point in this direction are mentioned below:
As lives get busier, one of the first daily tasks that tend to take a hit is making home-cooked meals from scratch. Online ordering is growing rapidly as apps like Uber Eats make it possible to order from restaurants that previously did not offer delivery. Calling online food delivery, a “megatrend” is an understatement, as it can be an important part of our subsistence and sustenance.
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