How a Food Delivery Service Adapts to COVID-19 Demands
In a time when people are ordered to stay home and avoid gathering, food delivery services have seen higher demands and a fluctuating workforce as employees are taking days off to avoid being sick.
Chowbus, an Asian food and grocery ordering platform catering to the big community of international students and Asian food lovers in Boston, is slowly adapting to the new reality.
The company’s manager, Shen Hao, talked to us about the new measures being implemented to meet the growing number of orders and deliver foods more safely to their customers.
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