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  • C3 repurposes closed eateries as virtual food halls
  • C3 repurposes closed eateries as virtual food halls
    Melanie Lim (2020) ©
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C3 repurposes closed eateries as virtual food halls

Several underutilized kitchens in the US have been repurposed into virtual food halls where customers can order from multiple eateries at once. With IRL food halls and food trucks remaining closed, people are looking for a variety of takeout cuisines without the hassle of expensive delivery.

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