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DoorDash’s Latest Move Is Another Healthy Reminder That It Is, In Fact, a Giant Parasite

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What’s It Like Working in a Ghost Kitchen? We Couldn’t Get Close Enough to Ask. 

Your burger or tacos or pizza could be cooked anywhere by anyone — which is what makes the ghost kitchen concept so lucrative and appealing to owners and investors

The Virtual Future of Restaurants

With Delivery Workers, Who’s Really in Charge?

Inside the Fight to Become the Dominant Delivery App

Will Permanent Fee Caps Actually Rein in Delivery Apps?

San Francisco’s forever-ceiling on what delivery apps charge restaurants is the first in the country. It might not be the last — but it also might not work.

For Transgender Uber Eats Drivers, ‘Right to Pride’ Is a Long-Overdue Change in Policy

Transgender drivers say their safety concerns have gone unchecked. Now, Uber claims it’s listening.

Why Restaurants Feel Trapped By Delivery Apps

Eater’s New Podcast Is About Food Delivery Giants

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Delivery Apps Are Making Concessions to Restaurants. But Who Pays?

As restaurants ditch third-party delivery apps, companies like DoorDash and Grubhub are creating more incentives for small businesses

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Have Delivery Apps Changed What a Restaurant Is?

The pandemic has forced restaurants to accommodate delivery in order to stay relevant. And there’s no going back now.

Why Be Mad at Your Instacart Shopper When You Could Be Mad at Instacart?

Beep Beep: Domino’s Is Testing a Self-Driving Delivery Car

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Is Going in on Ghost Kitchens

Welcome to Flavortown, Population: Us

What if Every Independent Pizzeria Was Just Part of One Big Fake Chain?

Amazon Pocketed $62 Million in Delivery Drivers’ Tips, FTC Alleges

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The True Cost of Convenience

Third-party delivery apps with billions of dollars have perpetuated a distorted business model rooted in consumer convenience — and it’s restaurants and workers paying the price

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Who’s Paying for the Great Delivery Wars?

It’s probably not Uber Eats, Postmates, or Grubhub

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Grubhub’s New Ordering Tools Will Help Protect Restaurants From Grubhub

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Uber Eats Launches National ‘Listening Tour’ After Buying Postmates for $2.65 Billion

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Looking to Join Uber and Grubhub on the Market, DoorDash Files to Go Public

Chipotle Is Test-Driving a Delivery-Only Restaurant

Grubhub Hit With Lawsuit for Listing Restaurants Without Permission

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Instacart Is Suing Uber Over Its New Grocery Delivery Service

Uber Acquires Postmates, Merging Two of the Biggest Delivery Companies

Your Post-Curfew Delivery Order Puts Workers at Risk

Food delivery might be necessary for some during the pandemic, but when there’s a curfew involved, think twice before you click "order"

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Delivering Dinner in the Dark

Across the country, delivery app couriers for Caviar, DoorDash, and UberEats face confusion (and the risk of arrest) during citywide curfews

Uber Is Trying to Buy Grubhub to Create a Food Delivery Goliath

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Instacart Will Reportedly Make $10M Net Profit in April Due to Coronavirus Sales Boost

Fuku’s National Expansion Plans Could Hinge on Ghost Kitchens

New Instagram Buttons Let Restaurants Link To Delivery, Gift Card Sales, and Donations

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