What does one think of when you think of fast food? Oily meat, full of calories, large tummies, laziness, people stuff their faces full of fat-filled food? Well, now those people do not even have to leave their houses to get that food; it is now become the new tendency for those eateries to deliver to their patrons. That is right mcdonalds delivery: you call, we deliver… directly from the restaurant, into your tummy.
You do not even have to move from the sofa. If you’re able to find a restaurant that is open, simply pop online, then simply click what you had enjoy, and bam you can even have it delivered 24 hours a day! You are done. Easy as pie rather impressive that fast food delivery has gotten that easy, huh? Even Burger King has gotten the message; it is now experimenting with a fast food delivery service. As of January, the pilot program was introduced into the Washington D.C. place, and will pay a $2 delivery fee for a minimum order of $10.00.
Does Burger King believe it will actually work? The chain “has had great success with it all across the world including in Mexico, Turkey, Brazil, Columbia and Peru,” says Kristen Hauser, a spokeswoman for the company, “We are examining the service to bring this benefit to the USA, beginning with just a couple of eateries in the DC region.”
While not delivering coffee, fountain drinks, milkshakes or breakfast foods, the company ensures customers that the food will be fresh and hot when it arrives within the promised 30-minute delivery time. So, why have not other primary eateries, such as Wendy’s and McDonald’s begun mcdonalds delivery? Well, in terms of these most popular eateries, they do deliver in other states, like India and Indonesia, but in the USA, where there are more rural areas, it does not make as much sense to deliver for McDonald’s.