Restaurants had to adapt to challenging times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. For most, that meant changing from sit down dining to takeout and delivery only.
Many restaurants recruited the help of third-party delivery services, but those providers came with high costs.
Apps like GrubHub, Door Dash and Uber Eats can cost customers up to 40% more and can cost the restaurant up to 30% more, making it even harder for small, local restaurants to stay afloat during an already difficult time.
If there was one industry that has thrived throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it is food delivery apps. That is why the owners of the LoCo Food Delivery app decided to get into the market.
LoCo has found a creative way to balance costs for delivery and for the restaurant.