Maybe you're tired after a long day of work - finally getting back home at 10pm. You're hungry, but you know you don't have the energy to cook. Perhaps you've found your groove studying in the library and don't want to risk leaving for food. Possibly you've been running around all day picking up and dropping off kids at their millions of activities and don't have time to make dinner. Or maybe work piled up at the office, and you couldn't leave for lunch, but you still crave that meal from your favorite restaurant.
Whatever your reasons, sometimes food delivery is the perfect solution. It's hard to argue with the convenience. With a few easy clicks or taps, food magically appears in front of your eyes, or more importantly, your mouth. As convenient as delivery might be, there are obvious drawbacks. Mainly, the cost. Food delivery is often expensive - but it doesn't have to be.
The most obvious solution: cook for yourself! Obviously, that won't always be possible. And let's be honest, who has time for that? Kids, friends, school, work - today, more than ever, there are so many aspects of life competing for a share of your time. Food delivery allows you to take back control of your time. But as great as this all sounds, it doesn't address the problem of cost. Let's do that now...
You have a lot of options when ordering food delivery. Companies like Postmates, Uber Eats, Caviar, delivery.com, Eat Street, Grubhub, Doordash, and others all offer similar services. With so many options, it can honestly be a bit overwhelming! Who is best? Who is cheapest? Who will get me my food fastest? Do they deliver from my favorite restaurant?
When you boil it down, you really have two different solutions. On the one hand, you can download all these different apps and see which app or restaurant has the best deal for whatever restaurant you want. You have to flip between these multiple apps and take tons of time to make sure you're selecting the best deal or the fastest delivery option. Along the way, you'll run into another problem - not every restaurant is available on every app, so while you may find one restaurant option on Grubhub, it might not be available on delivery.com.
The other solution is FoodBoss. FoodBoss is an online food ordering search engine that allows you to see every online food delivery and/or pickup option for any restaurant across all the top food delivery apps. You can simultaneously compare delivery fees and time estimates from thousands of restaurants at once. For instance, if you want to get Joey's Pizza delivered, on FoodBoss, you can search for Joey's, and if you're looking to save money, see that Postmates offers delivery for $5, but Caviar will deliver the same food for only $2! You can do the same thing for delivery time estimates as well if you can't wait any longer for your food to arrive.
You can search for over 165,000+ restaurants on FoodBoss and compare which food delivery service has the cheapest delivery fees and/or the fastest delivery times. FoodBoss is live in over 50+ major cities.
Check out some recent press about FoodBoss below:
- DoorDash takes the lead in the food delivery wars as the landscape dramatically shifts in 2019
- FoodBoss Aims to be Kayak of Food Delivery
- DoorDash Continues to Lead in the Food Delivery Wars
- FoodBoss, the Price/Time Comparison Tool for Food Delivery, Raises $2M
- FoodBoss Raises $2M to Be the Kayak of Food Delivery
- Food delivery search engine gets $2M in funding from ex-McDonald’s CEO's firm
- ‘Kayak’ Of Food Delivery Tackles Cost, Convenience