Chick-fil-A is being sued by consumers for allegedly charging them 30% more for delivery than if they were to pick their food up.
The company claims to have low delivery costs, but fails to disclose the items on their delivery menu are much higher than the same items on their in-store menu.
The reason for this is because delivery companies are charging the restaurants commission.
After the cost of food, labor, and supplies, companies make their profit. The commission charged by delivery companies can cut into that profit so deeply that some restaurants make nothing off the order.
It’s better, and cheaper, for all to possibly pick up their food from restaurants.
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