When the coronavirus pandemic hit, many Americans went from eating at restaurants to ordering meals on their phones. A new survey reveals which delivery app they have been using.
Toast, whose software helps restaurants do everything from take orders to print bills, surveyed 707 U.S. adults in early June. During the previous month, all of them had either ordered delivery or takeout, or eaten at a restaurant.
Of those surveyed, only 14 percent said they had not ordered food online. Not that picking up the phone is completely outdated. It also found that 52 percent of customers had called a restaurant to make an order. Read more...More about Food Delivery Services, Doordash, Uber Eats, Coronavirus, and Tech