I’ve so far never thought about this topic, but since I’ve read the article, it is stuck in my head. The main issue I see with it is the question of quality and health with the ordered food.

One thing that’s bad about this trend, though, is that when you outsource food preparation (and everything that goes into it) into Cooking As A Service, then you turn all aspects of food into something that’s being sold to you. And that includes healthiness.

But this is also covered in the article as well. It is as always the healthy option will be more expensive. I’m not yet sure where I stand on this whole “As A Service” topic no matter in which industry. I used to be quite pro for it but this has changed recently, and I’m a lot more critical now about it.

Cooking As A Service (via Kottke).