Demand for food delivery to stay strong beyond pandemic: 5 tips on how to make healthier choices

Customers made twice as many food delivery orders a month in 2021 compared to 2019. ST PHOTO: SHINTARO TAY
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SINGAPORE - The Covid-19 pandemic sparked a sharp rise in demand for food delivery platforms in the past few years, and many consumers have formed a habitual reliance on these platforms for daily meals.

OCBC's customers spent close to three times more on food delivery platforms last year, compared to 2019 before the pandemic.

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