Only the Strongest Fresh Food Delivery Startups Will Survive
Turns out efficiently delivering food to customers is really, really hard.
We’re in the midst of a major food delivery service boom, and like any other bubble, it’s eventually bound to burst. Companies focused on delivering fresh food and groceries are facing huge challenges when it comes to actually getting their product out to customers, says TechCrunch.
Of course, fresh food delivery is really nothing new: After all, up until the 1950s or 60s many Americans had fresh milk delivered right to their front doors. But things are a little more complicated these days: “In the mid-20th century, a visit from…