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Ritual Alternatives

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Ritual Reviews

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Top Six in The 6: Food Delivery Apps
A bit of a twist from the other apps, Ritual focuses on simplifying pick-up orders rather than delivery. This app lets you order and pay for food and drinks from partner restaurants before you even walk through the door. Their “piggyback” option lets you add orders from the same location onto your coworker’s, so you can...
Don’t Pass on Snackpass
I was initially confused how the product was gaining so much traction so quickly. It sounded very similar to Ritual — another social network oriented meal ordering app founded in 2014 (3 years before Snackpass was founded). Ritual has raised a LOT of money (>$100M) and it seemed infeasible for Snackpass to compete.
As food delivery booms, the office lunch run gets an app
Consumers pay the same price they would without the app, while Ritual — not to be confused with another San Francisco company, Ritual Coffee Roasters — receives a commission from the restaurants. It provides them with a tablet to handle the orders separately.
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Categories: Food And Beverage, Food Delivery, Ecatering