As you may know, food delivery is one of the most popular new booming business in the world.
For millennials, food delivery services is quite convenient and easy to learn. Just a few clicks on their mobile phones, food will appear in the front door.
For restaurant owners, they use this service as third-party delivery services to enable fast delivery of their customers. Sounds like a win-win, isn't it?
According to Technavio, the global on-demand food delivery service market will grow at a CAGR about 32% by 2021, with all the new technologies, such as Big Data, self-driving cars and others, people believe the pie of food delivery will continuously grows.
Top 10 Brands of Food Delivery Business
If you want to know more about food delivery business, you must to know these Top 10 brands, any you must have heard at least one or two.
1. Uber Eats
Uber Eats is one of the biggest and most well-known brand in this industry. They based in United States, however run their online food ordering and food delivery service for around 130,000 restaurants in over 25 countries all over the world. They have 75 million of customers using their APP.
Also based in US, Grubhub helps more than 85,000 restaurants in over 1,600 cities in the US and London. Grubhub merged with Seamless food delivery in 2013. Grubhub had approximately 22.62 million active diners in 2019, up from 17.69 million the previous year.
3. Just Eat
Founded in London, UK in 2001, Just Eat' App allows customers to search for local takeaway restaurants, order food, make online payment, and review on the restaurants. Just Eat currently covers more than 82,000 restaurants across 13 countries in the world. In total, there are over 22 million customers making more than 170 million orders on Just Eat app every year.
Deliveroo is a London based online food delivery company founded in 2013. It is now operating in over 200 cities mainly in Europe and Asia. As of 2018, Deliveroo has over 30,000 food delivery riders around the world. Uber Eats also operates with the same business module, which is considered as the biggest industry rival to Deliveroo.
5. Meituan Dianping
Meituan Dianping is the largest food delivery company in China. Meituan Dianping operates big cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, and other 300 major cities. Currently, Meituan Dianping represents around 40% of China’s total food delivery service market, connecting over 240 million consumers and five million local merchants via a comprehensive array of e-commerce services and products. It has 600 million users and almost 4.5 million business partners that cover nearly all China. About 35 million people use the service everyday.
With over 2 million online users in more than 100 cities, there is something makes delivery.com unique, they not only deliver food, but also deliver liquor, grocery, laundry and dry-cleaning services.
Named after the phrase “online ordering", over 2 million customers order foods through OLO's online and mobile ordering programs.
Snapfinger serves about 2 million diners, and works with over 28,000 restaurants in US. The company’s food delivery platform gives real time information about the availability of food items in a restaurant.
In Australia, we do have some local famous food deliver brands here.
Menulog is Australia’s widest-reaching food delivery service, delivering to 90% of all addresses. Order local favourites or discover new dishes from 11,000 plus restaurants covering 70 different cuisines. Menulog is founded by Leon Kamenev, Kevin Sherman, Dan Katz at Sydney in 2006.
10. Hey You
Not delivering foods, Hey You is the service to provide door-to-door coffee delivery.
Hey You is the most popular coffee ordering app in Australia, they help users to discover local cafes, browse their menus and place an order. And of course, deliver it to you. Hey You is founded by Rebekah Campbell and Adam Theobald at Sydney, 2014.