Home food delivery on the rise, with sensory demands driving innovation: Kerry study

14 Dec 2018 — The US foodservice environment is changing as more consumers adopt home delivery options into their schedules, with heavy users of delivery ordering in more than six times a month, a study led by Kerry has found. The research – based on 2,500 US consumers – sought to understand the future of food service in an era of “hyper-accessibility and convenience,” as well as shifting consumer expectations in this realm. As one young millennial interviewed in the study noted, “my time is more valuable than money.”

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What are consumers ordering through food delivery apps? GrubHub shares its top foods from 2018

Plant-based eating and convenient breakfast items are trends that have taken over the packaged food and beverage space, but do the same consumer interests hold true for the food delivery industry as more time-starved consumers are reporting using apps such as GrubHub and UberEats as a replacement to cooking at home?

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