Coronavirus is creating a renaissance for online grocery delivery
Online grocery shopping has had a renaissance over the past month as the coronavirus outbreak has sequestered more people indoors.
The state of play: The number of people who say they are doing more grocery shopping online has risen from 11% on March 1 to 41% on March 22, fresh data from CivicScience shows.
Why it matters: This could mark a sea change for companies like Amazon, Instacart and Walmart that have been investing heavily in grocery delivery.
- As recently as Feb. 26, just 12% of survey respondents said they had ever used the service.
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