2020 was the year in which food deliveries became the new normal, and that trend won't change in 2021. Research conducted by MarketWatch found that revenue for traditional food delivery companies doubled in 2020, and 52% of consumers would continue to prefer having their food delivered, even when restrictions are lifted on restaurants, grocery stores, and other eateries.
When we eat out at restaurants or grab a quick snack from our favorite local coffee shops and fast food stands, we expect certain standards of cleanliness and sanitation to be upheld. Businesses that prepare and sell food and drinks for consumption are legally obliged to follow these standards and safeguard the well-being of their customers. Unfortunately, the rules aren't always followed all the way.
Across the industrial spectrum, the number of organizations buying into technology related to the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to proliferate at an epic pace. Many companies have already realized the transformational advantages of the IoT.
With more than 7,000 restaurants in Chicago, it's tough to just select the five best places to try. But there is no getting away from it - Chicago is one of the best cities in America to try local food, from original dining experiences to engaging waiting staff.
Deep frying is one of the most common cooking methods done in households and restaurants. This method adds a crispy texture to deep-fried food such as chicken, doughnuts, and bagels, which creates a delicious-sounding crunch in the mouth.
We all know how the pandemic has affected the world. People all over the world have seen drastic changes in their lifestyles. The government has shut down all offices and institutes and restricted a lot of transportations. But do necessities ever stop? Can you shut off your needs?
A house showing is a huge marketing tool when trying to sell a house. Buyers can experience space and decide whether the home meets their needs or not.
One way to express love is by sharing food. We do this with people and our dogs. It’s good to share human food with them because it provides various vitamins, minerals, fiber, and proteins that might not be found in their dog food. However, do your homework before sharing it with your furry friend. You can give them things like fish, peanut butter, and carrots, but stay away from grapes, raisins, chocolate, and avocados.