Beelivery sees surge in household products as new covid-19 restrictions are announced

Beelivery, an on-demand grocery delivery service, has seen a 100% surge in household products after new coronavirus restrictions were announced by the British government.

Toilet roll, kitchen roll and cleaning products top the list of the most purchased products this week, and flour, home baking products, pasta, rice and noodles have seen a 50% increase in sales.

Lee Parkinson, founder and CEO of Beelivery, says, “We saw a tremendous amount of panic buying and stockpiling when lockdown restrictions were first announced in March. This carried on for quite some time where people couldn’t get toilet roll, pasta, flour, and other household essentials. Our drivers worked exceptionally hard to source these products for people who couldn’t leave their homes and delivered them within 60 minutes of placing their orders.

“Although we are not expecting a full lockdown again, new restrictions have been put in place, which has made people nervous. Here, at Beelivery, we are well- equipped with more than 20,000 drivers who are on hand to make sure our customers receive their purchases within an hour. Over the next few months, we are recruiting another 20,000 drivers, doubling the size of our network.”

Beelivery chairman and co-founder, Yazan Bin Mohammad, reported that their recruitment drive has been going exceptionally well, with a daily record of 663 new drivers coming on board on Wednesday alone.

The on-demand delivery service has also reported that their bakery range has increased in sales by nearly 40%, with bread, buns, wraps, pittas, crumpets and cakes leading the way.

Individuals wishing to apply for a driver role at Beelivery, should visit their website

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