Spending ₹75,000 on an order to buying groceries worth ₹16.6 lakh, here’s how Indians used Swiggy in 2022

Dec 17, 2022

By: Sourabh Jain

₹16.6 lakh worth of groceries

It may be hard to believe but a Bangalorean spent ₹16.6 lakh on groceries in 2022.

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Biggest order of the year – ₹75,378 worth of food

Another user from Bengaluru again – spent a whopping ₹75,378 on a single order of food during Diwali.

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Over ₹70,000 worth of burger and fries

The second biggest order was from Pune, when a user ordered ₹71,229 worth of burgers and fries for his team.

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Over 1,500 Instamart orders

A user from Gurugram placed 1,542 Instamart orders in 2022, with full-cream milk and instant noodles topping his list.

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Going organic

Eating healthy is the new trend and this is seen in grocery orders. In 2022, over 50 lakh kilos of organic fruit and vegetables were ordered from Swiggy.

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Two biryanis every second

The craze for biryanis is so high that Swiggy delivered over two biryanis every second and 137 biryanis a minute.

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Samosa is the go-to tea-time snack

Samosa was the people’s favorite snack and over 4 million orders were placed by users around the 4 pm mark.

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India’s love for gulab jamun

India’s love for sweets is well known and this was seen in orders placed – 27 lakh gulab jamun orders, 16 lakh rasmalai orders and 10 lakh choco lava cake orders were placed during 2022.

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User saves ₹2

A user from Delhi saved ₹2.48 lakh on delivery fees and discounts using Swiggy One membership.

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Over one lakh new options to choose from

Swiggy added over one lakh restaurants and cloud kitchens onto its platform in 2022 providing its users with a lot more to choose from.

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