Monday, July 29, 2019

ORDERING OUT TONIGHT? Study says 28 percent of delivery drivers have TOUCHED AND EATEN SOME OF YOUR FOOD






by Ida DomingoMonday, July 29th 2019


(MGN)


(WSET) -- Ever wondered if a delivery driver took a bite of your food while on delivery? A new study says your fears might be real.

A  
done by US Food shows the habits of both customers and delivery drivers.

The study shows 28 percent of delivery drivers have taken food from a customer's order.

54 percent of delivery drivers polled also said they are often tempted by the smell of the food they deliver to customers.

The US Food study also shows that 17 percent of customers complained their food was not warm or fresh, and 16 percent complained their food was delivered late.

Customers weren't the only ones with complaints about food delivery. The study also says 60 percent of delivery drivers complained of receiving little or no tip, while 39 percent complained that the customer's instructions were unclear.

No Tip? 
BAD NEWS
FOR YOUR NEXT DELIVERY
WHEN YOU STIFF A DELIVERY
DRIVER, YOUR NEXT FOOD DELIVERY MAY VERY WELL
BE CONTAMINATED
(if you know what we mean)


The study covered 1,518 American adults who have used food delivery apps, including UberEats, Grubhub, DoorDash and Postmates from May 9 to 13.They also surveyed 497 American adults who identified as having worked as a deliverer for at least one food delivery app.


Oh! 
Don't ever complain about your food in a restaurant...

 

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