Why MENA’s bubbling food delivery industry is here to stay

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Even as much of the international community seems eager to move on from the pandemic, restaurants in the Middle East and North Africa will likely be dealing with the economic effects of COVID-19 for years to come. In the Arab world, as across most of the globe, few sectors felt the economic devastation of COVID more than the food industry: from Lebanon to Tunisia, lockdowns forced the closure of eateries that were already working with tight profit margins. In this challenging environment, however, a new generation of restaurateurs has learned to thrive. “In a report on the impact of COVID on t…

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