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Bite Ninja is looking to expand the gig economy to drive-thru workers.

Bite Ninja outsources drive-thru operations to gig employees working from home

Bite Ninja lets foodservice companies dole out drive-thru shifts to trained salesperson freelancers working remotely in an Uber-like system

Bite Ninja — founded by Memphis Meats cofounder and restaurant operator William Clem and entrepreneur Orin Wilson in 2020 — uses a gig economy model to allow restaurants to outsource their drive-thru operations to freelance “ninjas” working from home. Although the Uber-like system is only available right now at Clem’s restaurant Baby Jack’s in Tennessee, it will be rolling out soon to 5-6 unnamed mid-sized restaurant chains.

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