I think we'll see the costs go up and the consumer won't take them.
We run a catering business and an integrated chain of custody and solid customer experience on delivery is what our customers expect.
You do see that care at a Munchery or Sprig, so that model may work if the unit economics play out over time.
You don't see that with a door dash or uber and I think the lack of care and risk in food being handled by a non-trained non-employee + true unit economics will drive that model out.
In the real world sales that don't add to the bottom line drive businesses that don't account for those costs out of business. We saw it with Groupon and I think we'll see it again here.