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Teens are choosing food delivery apps over home-cooked meals.

Jan 10 2020

Teens are choosing food delivery apps over home-cooked meals. The popularity of apps like DoorDash, GrubHub, and UberEats are presenting a new challenge for parents: controlling their kids’ food orders. Teens (often using their parents’ accounts) are increasingly having meals delivered, sometimes instead of eating what mom and dad have prepared. They enjoy the convenience and control that comes with food delivery, but parents are concerned about the unhealthiness of restaurant food, overspending, laziness, and that family dinner time is disrupted. According to NPD Group, while food delivery orders from Gen Z are growing fast, Millennials still generate the most orders—with 622 million users last year. (WSJ)