Survey: Nearly 1 in 3 Americans Purchase Food Online | News
This paper presents valuable insight into consumers’ online purchase intentions regarding organic foods. Specifically, it examines the influence of website quality on consumers’ intention to purchase organic food online based on the Malaysian perspective. The study employed quantitative method; where 304 respondents participated in a survey. The results indicate that website quality has indirect impact on online purchase intentions of health foods in Malaysia through the full mediation of customer satisfaction. On the other hand, demographic factors had no significant effect on online purchase intention.
This statistic shows the results of a survey in which respondents were asked how often they purchase food online in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2017. An equal proportion of respondents occasionally purchase food online or never purchase food online at 25 percent, followed by 17 percent who do so very frequently.
Thirty-one percent of Americans purchased food products online in the past six months, reported. That works out to be 45 percent of online shoppers purchasing food on the Internet, company officials say. USDA selected Amazon, Safeway and five other companies with online delivery capabilities to participate in a two-year pilot program, allowing people to use their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to purchase food online.