With the rise of apps like Postmates, Caviar and UberEats, food delivery is eating up more of restaurants’ bottom lines. It's reshaping not just the restaurant business, but the way we eat. Now there are restaurants that don’t offer take-out or eat-in options, only taking delivery orders.
Food delivery apps are transforming the restaurant business
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