29Mar, 22 March 29, 2022
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- By Joseph Patterson
During the height of the pandemic, when in-person dining was shut down in most states, both restaurants and consumers turned to food delivery apps as a lifeline. For restaurants, the popularity and convenience of food delivery apps provided a much-needed revenue source to keep the lights on until the lockdown orders were lifted. For workers, a part-time job as a food delivery driver was seen as a flexible way to earn some extra cash.
But now that the pandemic is (fingers crossed) behind us and restaurants are fully open in most American cities, there are lots of folks