Lunch from local restaurants delivered to your office

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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I'm in the beta for a service in SF that uses the same food delivery model. I like the SMS-based approach (text messages pretty much have 100% open rates). Clever.
Hsu Ken Ooi
Hsu Ken OoiHunter@hsukenooi · Founder of CoffeeMe
Been hearing about them from friends in Seattle. Here's how it works: Between 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Peachd sends a text message to members with a link for that day’s selected dish, which costs an average of $10. Customers have an hour to place an order by responding with a “yes” text, and their food will show up an hour later at a pre-determined office space.
Karim Roushdy
Karim Roushdy@karimroushdy1
I believe in text! it is a good model, since thinking of what to have for lunch everyday after some time gets boring, it is also time consuming sometimes. The randomness and expecting something new everyday, makes it convenient while keeping it interesting.
David Chase
David Chase@davidchase03 · Developer
Seattle only :(
Dan Polaske
Dan Polaske@dpolaske · Analyst at Lyft
I'm not sure that I know my lunch plans at 10 am. (but of course I'm a little biased)