Food delivery methods evolving in Iowa City

Food delivery is changing in Iowa City. Not only have local services like Lazy Boy Food Delivery and CHOMP emerged for local restaurants, national companies like DoorDash and UberEats are also active in this food-obsessed college town. The most recent restaurant to launch an Iowa City delivery service is Panera Bread in the Old Capital Mall, which opened earlier this year. According to Panera Bread’s delivery and […]

TECH GIANTS BEWARE: LOCAL STARTUPS WILL DOMINATE FOOD DELIVERY

The food-delivery industry is shifting, and Big Tech is losing ground to smaller, more innovative companies. An emotion-based technical indicator proves this uptrend is just beginning. Three trades from the restaurant sector are set to explode higher — allowing you to profit. Amazon is a giant. The company almost killed bookstores. It’s one of the […]

There is a new food delivery service in town…

Have you heard the news? There is a new food delivery service in town called, NoCo NOSH and it is the only local restaurant-owned and operated food delivery service in Northern Colorado. Restauranteurs from Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley have joined forces to launch a new delivery food service to compete with the big boys […]

Local restaurant-owned food delivery service launches in northern Colorado

Restaurateurs in Greeley, Fort Collins and Loveland announced earlier this week in a news release they have launched NoCo NOSH, a locally operated food delivery service. NoCo NOSH was created in January with a focus on local independent restaurants, according to the news release. Jon Sewell of Iowa City, founder of CHOMP Delivery, helped the […]

NoCo restaurants band together to push back against food delivery giants

A group of Northern Colorado restaurateurs is fed up being charged high commission rates and receiving poor customer service from major application-based food delivery services such as GrubHub and DoorDash. Taking matters into their own hands, the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland restaurant owners have banded together to launch NoCo NOSH, an alternative delivery service […]

NoCo NOSH a local restaurant-owned and operated food delivery service

NoCo NOSH, owned by Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley restauranteurs and locally operated, to deliver food from restaurants to the Northern Colorado region. They created NoCo NOSH in January 2019 when several Fort Collins, Greeley, and Loveland restaurant owners joined forces to form a restaurant-owned delivery service focused on local independent restaurants. Jon Sewell of […]

This app will change how you order food in Juneau

Juneau’s delivery menus are about to expand. Two women, Colleen Belardi and her daughter Corinna Nelson-Felkl plan to launch their new business Dish Dash Deliveries with a soft launch on May 1. The company will act as a third-party delivery service for already existing restaurants. So far, they’ve got three restaurants on board: McGivney’s Sports Bar and […]

New food delivery service to compete with Grubhub, drop prices

Starting in April, a new food delivery service that offers items from local vendors will be available in the Fort Collins area. NoCo Nosh is a new service that hopes to compete with other for-profit models in the Fort Collins area, Jon Sewell, board chair of NoCo Nosh, wrote in an email to The Collegian. …Large […]

CHOMP looks to expand services, collaborate with local retailers

By partnering with 20 local restaurants and receiving outstanding support from the community, he said, Sewell was able to grow his idea into a company that partnered with more than 125 area restaurants and averaged 350 deliveries a day in under a year. “I turned a for-profit model into a public utility,” Sewell said, highlighting […]

Squeezed by big guys, CHOMP bites back

…Using the same organizing principles he used in his previous career as a hospital CEO to help rural hospitals save money on expensive services like MRIs through cost-sharing, Mr. Sewell structured CHOMP as a kind of collective with all 20 founding restaurants buying company shares and all having a seat at t he board table. […]