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Apps like Deliveroo and UberEats have ushered in a golden age of food delivery. 60% of UK adults are active delivery users who, on average, order two times per month and spend £9.47 per head per order, according to the MCA food delivery report 2018.
Meanwhile, the UK eating out market is dropping off. And it’s no surprise that sofa-ordering and ghost kitchens are taking over. Smartphone supremacy and new demands for consumer convenience mean restaurants need to evolve in order to keep up with the trends. As our guide shows, decisions need to be made about which marketplaces – new delivery services which deliver your restaurant’s food to the customers – you work with: Deliveroo, UberEats or all of them? Or perhaps none of them?
You can also cash in on the craze by setting up your own ghost kitchen. You might already have a restaurant business and want to expand your offering with a separate delivery menu, or you might have a great restaurant idea but want to minimise your overheads by being takeaway only.
As with any business idea, you need to plan carefully before making any moves and work out the logistics far in advance. StoreKit’s guide brings together the know-how and trade secrets behind ghost kitchens.
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