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How Private Label Multi-Brand Virtual Kitchens Are Disrupting The Food Delivery Ecosystem (Even Amid COVID-19)

The private label multi-brand virtual kitchen model was invented to eliminate the various bottlenecks in the food delivery supply chain while ensuring independence from existing F&B brick and mortar operators.

Dubai-Based Cloud Kitchen Startup Food To Go Launches Its Third Branch To Cover 30 New Locations

"We have noticed a major increase in the number of orders we are handling at present," said Wael Khechen, co-founder and Managing Partner, Food To Go, in a statement. "We are [thus] in dire need of this third branch to continue to support our clients who need us now, more than ever."

Sales Dip, But Average Order Size Up For Rebel Foods; Expansion Plans On Hold

The cloud kitchens operator, which runs popular brands such as Faasos, Ovenstory and Behrouz, said it was not laying off any employees and would take this time to focus on "spring cleaning".

Founded In 2019, Dubai-Based Cloud Kitchen Food to Go Gears Up For Growth By Launching A Second Location

The company uses "using technology-driven restaurant operations solutions to help franchisers and food outlets cater to a larger customer base without incurring traditional setup costs."

Bright Side of Cloud Kitchens

From the lack of transparency in terms of hygiene to uneven taste for similar food items, traditional restaurants have had several points to make about the rise of these steady competitors.

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