Restaurants jump on the gravy train

Deliveroo RiderAU01Ordering food for home delivery used to be reserved for the occasional pizza on a Friday night. But the once rare treat has become a much more common occurrence, as mobile apps like UberEATS, Deliveroo, Menulog and Foodora have made it easier than ever for customers to have a wide variety of food delivered straight to their door. And restaurants are reaping the benefits.

IBISWorld last week reported that new ordering and delivery platforms are contributing to a revenue increase of two per cent in Australia’s restaurant industry in 2017-18, to reach $21 billion.


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