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Dark kitchens are increasingly becoming a key contributor to the efficiency and growth of popular food delivery platforms suchs as UberEats, Deliveroo and Menulog. They have added an exciting revenue stream for both large food delivery platforms and have encouraged entrepreneurs to look at commerical property in new light. The below infographic demystifies this emerging phenomenon.
COVID-19 is continuing to send shock waves around the world, with each week and each day bringing updates and new restrictions. The repercussions of this are growing with each restriction, and consequently are having massive impacts on the hospitality sector - small to large businesses, as well as individuals personal and work lives.
Got an appetite for a wood-fired pizza? Tom Yum Soup? Korean fried chicken? In 2019, all these dishes are just a mouse-click away and Australians are hungry for more! We live in an age where time is of the essence, which is why food delivery platforms continue to grow exponentially. The main reasons for this trend are convenience and time that’s saved versus dining in — two high priorities among both millennials and younger demographics.
When it comes to eco-awareness, millennials are increasingly becoming conscientious in their decision making and consumption habits! With their love for plant-based meals, climate change concerns and their passionate interest in keeping our oceans plastic-free, millennials are all about sustainability.
We conducted a survey on LINKEDIN to understand what drives Australians to drink coffee at work and to gauge their coffee related preferences. Reflecting on trends in 2018, the results provided a thorough insight into interesting coffee drinking behaviours in the workplace