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Adbox offers food delivery products

Its products come from the results of all laboratory tests and restaurant trials.

In a video advertisement, Adbox breaks down the process of an order from when it starts to when it reaches the customer’s door.

When a customer places an order for food delivery using an app on their computer or mobile phone – they simply want the food to arrive on time, hot and taste delicious.But, the truth is, the added convenience of delivery introduces risk when it comes to the quality of what your customers are about to eat or give to friends and family.

Placing an order digitally only takes less then few minutes, and there’s no food quality risk. But, over the average 15 minutes it takes to prepare each meal, food quality risk starts to increase - particularly if the delivery driver has not arrived when the food is ready.

Then, delivery enters the picture, which can take between 10 and 60 minutes depending on how many stops each delivery driver has to make on their trip.

From the order, cooking, packaging to the handling, an order can get contaminated, or lose heat to the point where it’s no longer hot and tasty. Weather conditions, traffic and other outside forces can further impact the food quality risk—reheating could cause more harm to some dishes like chicken, rice, spinach, etc.

ADBOX is empowering restaurants and delivery companies with expert food delivery products which have a 100% guarantee since all are from laboratory tests and restaurant trials.

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