CB Insights plotted how different spaces ranging from traditional restaurants to prepared meal delivery to chefs on-demand that are all competing to feed consumers relate to each other on the premise of convenience and time to meal.

  • Time to meal – this takes into account the amount of time it takes from the action of deciding you want food, to having a complete meal
  • Convenience – this takes into account things like effort (leaving your house vs. staying in) and skill required, among others.

U.S. Food Tech companies are Booming, raising over $1B in 2014

Source: CBInsights.com