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Your Guide to Italy’s Food Delivery Market

Ciao! It’s believed that the first ever food delivery took place in Naples, Italy in 1889, where King Umberto I and Queen Margherita received the first pizza delivery. Fast forward to over 100 years later, Italy’s food delivery market has grown to be around USD$1.15 billion in 2022 (forecast by Statistica). Let’s take a look […]

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Spain Food Delivery Market Overview (2020 – 2022 Q1)

Keep abreast of the latest developments underpinning the food delivery industry across every market with Measurable AI’s transactional e-receipts data panel. This week, we dived into our dataset to conduct an overview of the European food delivery market throughout the past few years.  First stop, España. Taking a step back in time, the Spanish food […]

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Japan Food Delivery Race in 2022: UberEats vs DemaeCan

Welcome to the quarter final of the Japan Food Delivery Race in 2022. A lot has happened in the first half of this year: In January, Foodpanda divested its Japanese business and in May, DidiFood left, followed by Rakuten Delivery who paused its delivery service in July. After two years of competition, the final teams are now: UberEats, Demae-can, Doordash, Wolt, and Menu…

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Hong Kong Food Delivery Market Overview (2018 -2022)

Here’s what you need to know about the Hong Kong food delivery market…

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Hong Kong’s Noodle Rhapsody: Food Delivery Insights on TamJai and SamGor

Over the years both TamJai Yunnan and TamJai SamGor have won the palates of many customers in Hong Kong. We dive into Measurable AI’s e-receipt consumer panel for the delivery platforms in Hong Kong to understand what insights they reveal about both TamJai chains’ delivery orders.

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Top Restaurant Chains on Food Delivery Apps in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong food and restaurant industry is a monopoly whereby several companies own the majority of the businesses. As such, this makes it difficult to not walk into a restaurant chain in Hong Kong when you dine out. Which restaurant chain is winning over the food delivery apps?  According to Measurable AI’s transactional e-receipt […]

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Measuring Loyalty in Food Delivery Users in Asia 

As we endure the third year of Covid-19, most people have adjusted to the ‘new normal’ and returned back to working in the office. While it is not surprising to witness a pull back on purchases relating to remote work, what about food delivery? Looking at Asia alone and digging into Measurable AI’s consumer panel, […]

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McDonald’s the Most Loved on UberEats and Foodpanda in Taiwan

Online Food Delivery apps are changing the traditional fast food restaurant business. With their user-friendly experience, professional driver network, and rapid global expansion, many fast food chains have chosen to onboard the food delivery platforms to keep up with the on-demand economy.  At Measurable AI, we build and own a unique consumer panel and are […]

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Philippines Food Delivery Market Share: Who Delivers More Coconuts

With the grand and young population, the Philippines digital economy is emerging to be one of the fastest growing among its peers in Southeast Asia and is touted to become the next asia tiger economy. Previously, we’ve shared the food delivery landscape in many markets across southeast asia (read latest here). This time, we’re going […]

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Gojek vs Grab Market Share Report 2022 Q1: Ride-hailing

Before the impending IPO of GoTo Group, it’s about time to update the latest market share of Southeast Asia’s biggest super apps: Gojek and Grab. At Measurable AI, we build and own a unique consumer panel and are the largest transactional email receipt data provider for the emerging markets, delivering both aggregated and raw data. […]

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