Given that it is so helpful to tap a few buttons and have somebody bring dinner to your entryway, food conveyance isn’t probably going to drop in prevalence at any point in the near future. Wendy’s is hoping to meet surging demand by opening many delivery just kitchens in the next few years. Any semblance of Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub will deal with orders.
Wendy’s is wanting to open 700 such kitchens in the US, UK and Canada by 2025, as the Associated Press reports. The locations will fundamentally be in significant cities and the first 50 ought to be going this year.
Reef Technology, which as of now oversees around 5,000 purported “ghost kitchens,” will open Wendy’s locations and recruit laborers. Wendy’s will take around a six percent cut of sales, which are relied upon to hit basically $500,000 every year at every kitchen.
The idea of ghost kitchens has been around for several years. They’re kitchens without storefronts that make food orders just for delivery or pickup — some are run out of existing brick-and-mortar restaurants. Other fast food chains have explored different avenues regarding the idea, including Chick-fil-An and Chipotle. In the mean time, YouTuber MrBeast uses ghost kitchens for his burger chain, which has in excess of 900 locations.