Social distancing regulations and convenient delivery platforms are overshadowing the culture of dining out.
And cloud kitchens are simply taking advantage.
A cloud kitchen is like a virtual restaurant – they have no dining space, you order their food online and eat it at home. And they are more efficient than you might think.
The cloud kitchen business model minimizes costs like rent and requires fewer people on the payroll than a traditional restaurant.
The delivery riders are temperature checked and you can even opt for no-contact collection.
According to RedSeer Management Consulting, India’s virtual kitchens are forecast to become a $2 billion sector by 2024, with companies like Rebel Foods leading the pack.
As more people get tired of cooking at home, takeaways through online delivery services are on the rise.
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