My market is about to have Eats and I'm concerned about the liability of delivering food.
There's a smoothie place near TCU that uses those. But they cost a few cents in material and time, so for the same reasons most restaurants want us to deliver fountain drinks vs. bottles or cans, our dream of sealed and secured foods will probably never happen.There is a method to seal drinks shut that can withstand being tipped over that I wish others would adopt. The place I received two thai teas from was called Bobaddiction. Kind of like a seal that yogurt cups come with. They threw them in a bag no problem.
Insist that they do not do this. The customer will be looking for an outlet to their frustration, and Uber's delivery driver rating system will readily oblige...Workers tape/staple the bag closed. Some idiot workers are also putting drinks in the UberEats bags and stapling the bag. They don't secure the drinks and you can't access the drinks, so they spill in the bag. They would rather you deliver a mess, than have access to the food.