UNGRY Kitchen has announced an aggressive national expansion campaign of its ghost kitchen model. UNGRY Kitchen offers a COVID-proof solution to save the restaurant industry from the devastating hit it has taken in 2020.
A franchisee chooses several restaurant concepts from UNGRY Kitchen’s extensive list of top restaurant brands in the nation and operates them from a single location, thus reducing the three most expensive components of running a restaurant: labor, rent, and food cost. UNGRY Kitchen has partnered and is looking to partner with well-recognized restaurant brands seeking to expand their footprint and increase revenue. Additionally, UNGRY Kitchen is partnering with restaurants that are currently operating to add more brands to their existing kitchen and maximize their revenue in their delivery geographic area. One of the most exciting things about UNGRY Kitchen is that we could come in and not only provide exciting new food options to a neighborhood, but we could also save a lot of restaurants from closing by offering more brands from their existing location.
The global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus has irreversibly impacted restaurants around the world. Fortunately, advancements in technology allowed restaurants to incorporate delivery or curbside pickup business models through online ordering apps such as UberEats, GrubHub, and DoorDash. Restaurateurs everywhere recognized the changing market, resulting in the emergence of ghost kitchens. Ghost kitchens are professional food prep and kitchen facilities shared by multiple restaurant concepts to provide delivery and to-go orders only.
After purchasing a UNGRY Kitchen franchise, a franchisee chooses multiple restaurant brands from our network. The franchisee then operates the ghost kitchen, offering multiple brands while only utilizing the same infrastructure as a single one. The combination of higher sales from multiple concepts with the expenses of just one is how they have the ability to increase with ROI as a faster rate.
Before the pandemic, takeout and delivery accounted for 40% of all food orders. Today, they account for 75%. The current market for food delivery is a $250 billion industry and by 2030, it is anticipated to reach $900 billion.
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