Top Stories About Food Delivery Apps
Getting food delivered at your doorsteps has turned out to be a necessity during the pandemic. No one prefers to eat out in a crowded restaurant. Hence food delivery apps are more demanded than ever before. Food delivery apps serve as the perfect tool for broadening business horizons and enhances to improve customer networks. Let’s have a look at the top stories about food delivery apps.
ET OnlineLast Updated: Sep 18, 2021, 01:31 PM IST
Finance Minister Nirmala Seetharaman said Food delivery apps are to collect 5% GST from consumers instead of the restaurant from which they pick up orders. But there would be no additional tax burden on end consumers who order food from GST-registered restaurants. The changes will come into action from January 1, 2022, that the e-commerce operators can modify the software to charge taxes.
- All about Rezoy, one of India’s first food delivery apps by a restaurant association.
The Hindu, Kochi, May 31, 2021, 16:46 IST; Updated: June 01, 2021, 19:14 IST
Kerala Hotel and Restaurant Association (KHRA) has launched “Rezoy” the Kerala-based food delivery app to support restaurateurs as well as customers. Rezoy is one of the first food delivery apps in India by a restaurant association. In the initial phase, the reach of the Rezoy App is limited to parts of Kochi. However, they plan to make it available all across Kerala. The app charges a 10% commission from restaurant owners to meet the expenses.
- Amazon’s food-delivery experiments
ET, Published on Aug 21, 2021
However, when more than just a year just after its limited rollout, the e-commerce giant has been largely operating in Bangalore’s 70-odd pin codes. Several restaurant partners indicated Amazon Food accounted for less than 1% of their entire delivery business.
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October 13, 2021