The at-home coffee market will benefit more than any other nonalcoholic beverage category from the short- and long-term changes brought on by COVID-19 and the attendant recession.
That’s one of the main takeaways from a consumer survey by research provider Mintel.
It’s no secret that morning food and beverage routines have changed dramatically, given remote work and unemployment. Foodservice providers at every level of the QSR chain can attest to that.
Just this week, Dunkin’ announced a delivery deal with DoorDash for some 3,500 of its restaurants. Combined with other platforms, that expands to approximately 6,000 the number of the company’s nearly 9,600 locations that offer delivery.