You just never know when that insane craving will strike. For some people it’s Chinese, for others it’s a sweet treat – but no matter what your belly is saying to you, there are times when it needs to be answered NOW. And luckily for us, in today’s age of instant gratification, ordering takeout or delivery is just a few taps away.
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Mr Pickett compared the launch of the online delivery platforms to when digital television was released. “Everyone went out and bought a 50 inch screen and you would have thought the market would fall out of cinemas,” he said. “Somehow, the movies are still there and they are going strong because people want to go to the movies.
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