Demand for Food Delivery Apps Rising, Changes to Cold Chain Needed


The long term impacts of COVID’s acceleration of various industries are being felt, and the broader food delivery industry is one of them. As early as December of 2020, Deliveroo’s CEO was estimating COVID accelerated the adoption of online food delivery platforms by 2 to 3 years, placing enormous pressures on restaurants, delivery infrastructure, and the supply chain, more specifically the cold chain.

As restaurants, grocers, delivery operations with ghost kitchens, and even meal kit companies continue to build out sustainable infrastructure to meet this demand, should they leverage cutting edge technologies to increase transparancy across the delivery process? Is this important to customers? Director of customer success for Varcode Cyndi Metallo sure thinks so. We spoke with Cyndi to get her thoughts on where more data, better curated data, open communications, and overall, clear cut transparency will elevate the food delivery process and place more trust in the cold chain.

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!

Twitter – @MarketScale
Facebook –
LinkedIn –

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!


work email
Should We Be Rethinking Multifactor Authentication?
October 3, 2022
KEY POINTS: KEY POINTS: Attacks exploiting multifactor authentication are on the rise. Using MFA fatigue, attackers successfully breached Uber and Okta. Security measures like Read more
Food robot automation
The Newest Ways Restaurants Are Embracing Automation
October 3, 2022
A recent Capterra Survey found that restaurant automation is on the rise. It comes as no surprise. Covid spurred innovation and restaurant technology. And since returning to normal, restaurants have Read more
How Construction Companies Can Increase Profitability Through Cash Flow
October 3, 2022
Traditional lending for small businesses leaves much to be desired. For one, it is expensive. Businesses such as construction companies rely on loans to complete projects as they are required to Read more