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Online food delivery services in Poland - statistics & facts

The Polish food delivery market was revolutionized in February 2010 with the introduction of Pyszne.pl - the most popular takeaway food online service nationwide. Soon after, on-demand food delivery apps made an appearance on the market, with Glovo being the most downloaded in March 2021. Thus, Poles welcomed the idea of online food services and they have been since enjoying the digitalized side of the food industry, which allows them to have their favorite dishes delivered to their doorstep with one simple click.

How the takeaway culture has changed Poland

When ordering food online for delivery, there is a variety of options to choose from - be it ordering on a restaurant website, through an app or over the phone. Since the introduction of online food services, every fifth Pole opted for the website ordering method. Moreover, there was an increase in the number of people using online payment methods for food delivery. In terms of frequency, nearly eight in ten Poles ordered food for delivery at least once a month or more often. Regarding demographics, the majority of Polish online food delivery enthusiasts were between 18 and 29 years old and lived in large cities with over 500 thousand inhabitants. For every second person, ordering food for delivery was most common when spending time with their family at home or under similar circumstances. Poles seem to associate food delivery with a time well spent with their loved ones and choose it as a time saver.

Are e-groceries popular in Poland?

Another important segment of the food delivery market are groceries. Over the last decade, the share of Poles using online food and grocery delivery services has steadily increased. In fact, three percent of the country's population do their grocery shopping exclusively via the internet, with most of them residing in big cities of up to 500 thousand inhabitants. Without doubt, one of the most attractive parts of online shopping is the home delivery option. As a result, Poles turn to online food shopping most often when purchasing heavy or difficult to move products. However, not everyone is in favor of doing their grocery shopping this way. For those who are not fans of online food shopping, the preference to personally choose the desired products is the leading factor influencing their decision to opt out of e-grocery services.

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Online food delivery services in Poland - statistics & facts

The Polish food delivery market was revolutionized in February 2010 with the introduction of Pyszne.pl - the most popular takeaway food online service nationwide. Soon after, on-demand food delivery apps made an appearance on the market, with Glovo being the most downloaded in March 2021. Thus, Poles welcomed the idea of online food services and they have been since enjoying the digitalized side of the food industry, which allows them to have their favorite dishes delivered to their doorstep with one simple click.

How the takeaway culture has changed Poland

When ordering food online for delivery, there is a variety of options to choose from - be it ordering on a restaurant website, through an app or over the phone. Since the introduction of online food services, every fifth Pole opted for the website ordering method. Moreover, there was an increase in the number of people using online payment methods for food delivery. In terms of frequency, nearly eight in ten Poles ordered food for delivery at least once a month or more often. Regarding demographics, the majority of Polish online food delivery enthusiasts were between 18 and 29 years old and lived in large cities with over 500 thousand inhabitants. For every second person, ordering food for delivery was most common when spending time with their family at home or under similar circumstances. Poles seem to associate food delivery with a time well spent with their loved ones and choose it as a time saver.

Are e-groceries popular in Poland?

Another important segment of the food delivery market are groceries. Over the last decade, the share of Poles using online food and grocery delivery services has steadily increased. In fact, three percent of the country's population do their grocery shopping exclusively via the internet, with most of them residing in big cities of up to 500 thousand inhabitants. Without doubt, one of the most attractive parts of online shopping is the home delivery option. As a result, Poles turn to online food shopping most often when purchasing heavy or difficult to move products. However, not everyone is in favor of doing their grocery shopping this way. For those who are not fans of online food shopping, the preference to personally choose the desired products is the leading factor influencing their decision to opt out of e-grocery services.

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