Delivery and take-away have become, in the last year, the lifeline for catering. While waiting for the return to everyday life, TheFork – the app for online booking in the best places at discounted prices – presented a balance sheet on the impact of the pandemic in a sector that has been put to the test since March 2020. “Catering – says Andrea Arizzi , manager of TheFork – has shown resilience and ability to update through digitization .
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We have developed gift cards and canceled commissions for the most advanced versions of the management Afghanistan Cell Phone Number List system. almost 25 million euros. And we are already working to better prepare for the reopening”. Last summer, as stated in the report, it gave positive results, with an at least partial recovery of the numbers lost during the lockdown of the first wave. But the restaurant industry has been able to find solutions even during the forced closure of the activities. Boosting home delivery and takeaway services has been essential for intercepting the public, forced.
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Eager to get to know new flavours. To date, on TheFork, 10% of restaurants offer delivery, while 12.5% allow Hong Kong lead take-away. Numbers still small, but destined to grow. The delivery of “Eat me box” for gourmet aperitifs. At the restaurant safely Despite the Coronavirus emergency. Going to a restaurant is one of the experiences that consumers miss the most. In the study conducted in our country by. TheFork in January 2021 , on over 5,000 users , 52% said that, as soon as possible, they will go out to lunch more frequently than in the past. 38 % said they will, albeit less than before. Only 4% will wait for the absolute end of the pandemic.