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Australians are being urged to ditch Uber Eats and Deliveroo if they want their favourite restaurants to survive

Food delivery apps are killing small businesses, an industry body has warned, urging Australians to support their local eateries directly.

Restaurants and Catering Australia (RCA) found that the majority of business owners felt it was impossible to make any money with them, given the high fees they pay.

It leaves businesses with just two choices: raise prices or close for good. RCA CEO Wes Lambert however noted that the economy is growing quickly enough for customers to swallow any prices hikes.

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Australians are being urged to ditch Uber Eats and Deliveroo if they want their favourite restaurants to survive Original story and image on au.finance.yahoo.com


Coupon Usage Up at Restaurants Original story and image on foodinstitute.com

Coupon Usage Up at Restaurants

Although overall use of coupons has been down since 2009, consumer use and redemption of restaurant coupons is up.

Usage is up five percentage points to about a third of U.S. adults, according to Packaged Facts. Restaurant coupons are boosted by instant, digital and online/app point-of-sales use through newer delivery services. This is on top of longstanding restaurant coupon use for fast-food pizza chains or other fast food chains—including for drive-through.

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The restaurant as a business model is broken

Like Italian food? You're in luck.

In the next few years we are going to be buried in pasta and pizza joints. Why?

Because Italian is one of the few cuisines that a restaurateur and a chef can afford to sell us.

“The restaurant as a business model is broken,” one leading chef said recently.

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The restaurant as a business model is broken Original story on smh.com.au


Restaurants find Facebook to be the most effective social media marketing platform Original story and image on mobilemarketingmagazine.com

Restaurants find Facebook to be the most effective social media marketing platform

Restaurant owners in the UK see a better return on investment (ROI) from Facebook than they do from Instagram, despite the cultural phenomenon of posting food pictures on the latter, according to cloud-based customer engagement solution Givex.

The survey of 202 people in senior management positions at restaurants found that 63 per cent of them see find more success on Facebook than on Facebook-owned app Instagram – where just 35 per cent see better ROI.

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