Some Indian restaurants have lost their appetite for Zomato and Swiggy

Quartz India reports:
Food delivery apps are seen as a boon for small restaurants in India. However, now, a war has started brewing between restaurant owners and food aggregators in southern India. A bunch of restaurants in the state of Kerala will not accept orders from the likes of Zomato, Swiggy, Uber Eats, and Foodpanda starting Saturday (Dec. 01). Members of the Kerala Hotel and Restaurant Association (KHRA), which has decided to boycott the aggregators, are worried that food delivery will do to them what Ola and Uber did to drivers: initially help widen their reach but eventually kill their earnings, especially through heavy discounting.
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