Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Amazon To End Its Failed Restaurant Delivery Service - Social Network Trends


With thousands of meals at our fingertips, the warning is that; food delivery apps are leading us astray.


Amazon To End Its Failed Restaurant Delivery Service - A Social Network Food Trend In 2019

Whether you're a brand new food brand looking to launch on Amazon or an established food brand looking to increase sales, we'll cover everything you need to know.


According to Ecommerce Expert: eCommerce Expert: 86% of users stop using food delivery apps within two weeks, says global finds.

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A great advantage of food delivery apps is that; it's easy. Debit/credit cards only. Cancellation allowed within 5 mins.


How Will Amazon Restaurants Closing, Effect You?


If cancel request is done when delivery person is already at restaurant & food not ready yet, you pay for their time/effort.


In an article published in CBSNews, the following quote share, is to help people better understand what "closed delivery", might mean for them!


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"Amazon is closing its U.S. restaurant delivery service, a 4-year-old business that failed to take off amid fierce competition from Uber Eats, DoorDash and others.
The service, called Amazon Restaurants, offered delivery in more than 20 cities in the U.S. It expanded into the United Kingdom, but Amazon shut down the service in that country late last year. The closure of the U.S. business, which was first reported by technology news site GeekWire, will happen on June 24." -CBSNews

It’s a bummer that just a single, solitary sentence of this article addresses the most pernicious part of students using food delivery apps at school: the effect on kids who can’t afford the luxury and the tech needed to access it.

- Amazon Prime Food Delivery App -

Our love of online delivery food services is making us fat!


Do you think it's too easy to pick unhealthy options or up-size your meal when using the apps?

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