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EAT OUTSIDE THE BOX

about satakeout

Restaurants will continue to prioritize the well-being and safety of their guests in 2022. The pandemic taught us how challenging it was for restaurants to survive.  Many businesses have closed or are on the verge of closing. We are happy to announce that San Antonio Takeout #satakeout has been met with a positive response; restaurants want to let people know they are open, they can deliver TAKEOUT, and customers want to know where to eat, so we're here to help.

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Millennials say that they are more likely to choose a restaurant if they offer a delivery or takeout option. (National Restaurant Association, 2019)

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Americans spend an incredible on takeout and delivery in their lifetime

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60% of U.S. consumers order delivery or takeout once a week

60% of restaurant operators say that offering delivery has generated incremental sales.

  • Consumer trends have shown a dramatic increase in off-premise sales compared to pre-pandemic numbers, and it’s set to continue rising post-COVID

  • Industry reports note that online ordering and third-party delivery apps have created greater acceptance of takeout and delivery options

  • Full-service and casual dining restaurants alike are still seeing healthy on-premise business with patrons eager to dine out after closure mandates were removed

TAKEOUT STILL GROWING HERE WHY

Takeout for pickup is projected to generate $124 billion in sales this year

Takeout with direct delivery from a restaurant: $32 billion

For takeout orders, the phone is still king. 52% of people stated that they order takeout on the phone.

Speaking of growth, revenue for food delivery services is expected to grow by 9.18% annually. Delivery services are expected to reach over 45 billion dollars by 2025!

If your restaurant takes delivery orders online, here’s some good news: revenue is projected to increase by 12.2% in 2022.

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  • Convenience: People like saving the hassle of making the trip to a restaurant, especially when traffic, parking, cold weather, or managing children come into play.

  • Comfort: People gravitate toward enjoying food in front of the TV or a movie at home.

  • Cost: Spending less money by cooking rather than ordering food has been necessary for many people who found themselves out of work during the pandemic.

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Despite customers' preference to order directly from restaurants, restaurants use these services because of their convenience 

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Takeout and delivery are an evolving, complex business. Consumer preferences, advanced technology and changing menus are affecting how consumers choose what they want to eat, where they want to eat it, and how they get it. .

Takeout and delivery will continue to grow in 2022

Capitalizing on the biggest food trends in 2022 also means finding the right avenue to reach customers, whether

on-premise or through delivery and takeout. The National Restaurant Association predicts that the off-premises market will be where the majority of industry growth is going to come from over the next 10 years. This means you need the right partner to help you navigate this changing environment and build your online ordering strategy. (Grubhub)

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