These four examples showcase a rising trend in the food service industry, where brands are investing in standalone kitchens for their online delivery orders to meet ever-increasing demand

As the proliferation of third-party delivery services has elevated consumer expectations for speed and convenience, restaurants face increased pressure and struggle to keep up with demand for delivery orders in a way that is cost-effective. Now, there's a simple solution: Ghost kitchens (aka virtual kitchens), which house chefs but never see diners, essentially functioning as spots for food prep & delivery for orders placed digitally. Here's how the following food leaders are enhancing their speed and agility in tackling mounting online orders through these often never-seen spaces:

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