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Coolcats

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Here's a nice tinfoil hat for you Coolcats
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Not quite the complete truth, and no context. Nor an accurate conclusion
Dark kitchens have been specifically created to service the rapid growth in the food delivery business such as Deliveroo, JustEat and UberEats.
They are cheaper because they have no dining area nor customer service staff.
They can operate out of town, and have a smaller footprint because of shared storage & equipment.
They allow a small brand to expand rapidly without taking on major debt.

The major chains, when involved, will have their own employees in the kitchen.
There is no theft of intellectual property.

It has nothing to do with business being stolen from dine-in restaurants, all about expanding their ability to facilitate take-away [and has probably saved some businesses during the lockdown].

Whether or not that's a good business decision will depend.
But it has nothing to do with data collection & sharing.
I don’t get why you feel the need to take the Micky and post a tin hat. You have no idea of my background. I did not say don’t use the internet I said choose what you use and clearly how you use it too many people just leak their personal life all over the place thinking ‘I have nothing to hide’. Ask yourself why do these companies when to hold your digital life because you can be sure it’s not because they are benign and never have plans to use it.

Go and have a look at Tim Berners Lee see what he has to say about privacy big companies and the selling of data. It may help you understand the issues. Or may be you would prefer to send him a tin hat as well.
 

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Incidentally, the use of remote [dark] kitchens isn't a new idea for many chain restaurants - even quite high end ones.
Food can be prepared offsite, in bulk, quality assured, then frozen or chilled.
Distributed to the outlets for reheating & plating, meaning less kitchen space required, lower skilled staff [cheaper] employed, consistent standards throughout the chain.

At Heathrow, no open flame cooking is allowed - hence all Gordon Ramsay's T5 Plane Food restaurant is all cooked offsite.
I don’t disagree the market place is growing for dark kitchens but restaurants are being affected.

They’re stealing our customers and we’ve had enough’: is Deliveroo killing restaurant culture?​

 
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