Insight - Food-delivery services will struggle to outrun inflation


Now accelerating inflation, combined with easing fears about eating in restaurants as Covid cases drop, threaten to deflate the delivery boom. Inflation in particular is likely to prompt consumers to re-evaluate their spending and look to trim outlays they deem less than essential. And many could decide that having home delivery multiple times a month or ordering ice cream on the spur of the moment

INFLATION is coming for consumers’ pricey pandemic habits.

Whether choosing restaurant dinners delivered to their door or at-home meal kits, many Americans have prioritised convenience over cost for the past two years. Food-delivery was a big beneficiary.

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