As Inmar reported last month, nearly 80% of consumers polled reported shopping online for groceries after the COVID-19 outbreak, twice the number as before the pandemic. Meanwhile, Brick Meets Click in its monthly online grocery scorecard noted that online grocery purchases continued to grow in May, with demand spurred by the COVID-19 crisis lifting sales 24% month-over-month to $6.6 billion. Total online grocery orders in May rose 18% to 73.5 million from 62.5 million in April.
Food retailers are working hard to enhance the customer experience and streamline operational efficiencies while maintaining enhanced safety measures. To help solve