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Delivery services prepared for increased demand

Delivery services prepared for increased demand
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In the announced non-working week, food and grocery delivery services braced for increased demand. At the same time, one of the largest delivery companies noted that the growth in sales of long-term storage products has already grown.

As they write "News”, The Lenta chain of stores predicts an increase in demand for the delivery of long-term storage goods from the beginning of the long weekend. In the field of food delivery, an increase in demand is expected by 10-20%.

However, Ozon notes that only on October 20, when the long weekend was announced, sales of some products began to grow. Thus, sales of canned food, cereals and pasta increased by 12% compared to October 13 - by 15%. And in the first half of last week, sales of disposable masks increased by 23%.

As previously stated EastRussiaThe long weekend was announced last week from October 30 to November 7. Moreover, at the beginning of the pandemic - in March 2020 - long-term storage sales also grew... People bought up cereals, pasta, canned food. Due to the closure of borders, the Far East experienced lack of vegetables and fruits. 

 

 

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