By Monica E. Oss Business is booming for all things delivered at home. Between April and September 2020, food delivery apps DoorDash, UberEats, GrubHub, and Postmates (acquired by UberEats in November 2020) saw $5.5 billion in combined revenue, compared to $2.5 billion in the same period last year (see The Pandemic Has More Than Doubled Food-Delivery Apps’ Business. Now What?). Nearly 70% of consumers ordered groceries online between March and August last year and of those, 81% said they would continue the practice post-pandemic (see 68% Of Shoppers Buy Groceries Online For Home Delivery During The Pandemic). Online spending with U.S. merchants grew by 44% from…
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