Restaurants that don't do their own deliveries have had to rely on third-party food delivery services while they faced temporary closures yet many businesses have struggled to keep up with the high cost of working with traditional third-party delivery partners. Fare is launching in New York City as a groundbreaking alternative food delivery service that charges restaurants 0% commission. The platform was created by sister company CaterCow and it aims to break the "lose-lose-lose status quo where consumers pay high, and will pay even higher prices; restaurants are subjugated to predatory commissions; yet food delivery apps do not turn profits."
Fare sets itself apart by grouping orders within communities, neighborhoods and buildings, so that orders can be sent out in batches within a set time window.
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