Breakfast Orders Became Popular In Hungary During Coronavirus

  • 1 Oct 2020 9:55 AM
  • Budapest Business Journal
Breakfast Orders Became Popular In Hungary During Coronavirus
During the quarantine period, the number of people ordering breakfast from the NetPincér delivery service jumped, and the numbers have not decreased since then, says

The food ordering habits of Hungarians changed during the lockdown, as on average users placed almost four orders a day in April-May, the company announced.

The absolute record holder spent almost HUF 8 million on home delivery of food in two months.

In the evening, users have now begun to use the service to deliver alcohol to their homes.

From October, NetPincér will facilitate companies to provide food ordering services for their employees working in home office.

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