SALT LAKE CITY — So many of us love the convenience and ease the food delivery craze has brought us. There’s no cooking, no cleanup and no driving involved.
While food delivery isn’t new — we’ve been getting pizzas delivered to our doorsteps for decades — it’s expanded into a whole different world with some potential risks.
We trust our meals in the hands of fast-food and restaurant workers often, but we also know they have supervisors and training to ensure safety and proper handling. So how safe is unsupervised food delivery?
For instance, when it comes to food handlers permits, none of the delivery services we surveyed listed this as a must-do. So, if those are not required, what is expected of the drivers who bring meals to your doorstep?