FRESHER Project Manager Chats with the London Free Press About Food Delivery During the Pandemic

“Restaurants hammered by fees charged by popular food delivery apps soon may have a local takeout delivery alternative.” – London Free Press

Marcello Vecchio, Project Manager on the HEAL’s Food Retail Environment Study for Health and Economic Resiliency (FRESHER), chats with the London Free Press about third-party food delivery services and the impact that they have had on restaurants during the pandemic. As well as the Good Foods Project, a new local food delivery platform.

When asked about the Good Foods Project, Vecchio stated, “It creates the ability for people to see, I can get some good food, support local business, and also support the community, rather than paying tech giants.”

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