Delivering food is a multi-billion industry and start-ups, and millennials, are benefiting from the culture shift.
Going out to find food, or preparing food yourself, is tiring and time-wasting.
And that’s why we’ve seen the success of companies like Deliveroo, Menulog and UberEATS.
Deliveroo also saw a 650 per cent increase in its delivery orders last year, and Dominoes allows people to order through Facebook Messenger.
A Deliveroo survey found 50 per cent of respondents have ditched their friends to stay home in front of the fire, presumably with Netflix.
And for 18 to 24 year olds, about 72 per cent of them are staying in doors.
Food delivery began with the milk bottle man on a horse and turned into pizza delivery in a small, stinky car, driven by an 18-year-old.
As celebrity chef Paul Prudhomme said, “You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.”