Food Service is an important part of the global economy and is estimated to be about 20% of global GDP as per the Zomato Annual Report. Zomato has released its annual report for the fiscal year 2019. Serving in 19 countries and one of the largest food aggregators in the world.
Zomato has 1.4m active restaurants and 70m monthly active users, 5m new user registrations and 11m app installations (Android + iOS), every month. It made $155 million from delivery and $49 million from dining out and $2 million from sustainability in FY 2019.
Some interesting finding zomato has shared with us which clearly says how much Indian love ordering food:
- In Bhagalpur and Gaya, Bihar more delivery executives riding bicycles than motorbikes
- In Guwahati, Assam, a delivery executive use a boat ride route to deliver the food
- Indore people ordered for midnight deliveries than compared to the financial capital of Mumbai
- Ooty, Tamil Nadu, registered the highest average transaction value across all the 200 cities
- The order value of ₹1,84,760 by a resident of Lucknow racked up after ordering a massive quantity of food which was delivered in 415 boxes
- In Alwar, Rajasthan, one customer had placed 292 delivery orders from 48 different restaurants at the same time
- The highest delivery frequency was recorded in the Manipal locality of Udupi, Karnataka
- Ahmedabad Gujarat was the city with the most number of orders among tier-II cities. In nearby Anand, pizza was the most preferred dish
- Vijayawada in Adhara Pradesh witnessed the most number of breakfast orders across India
- The city of Jammu was found to have more love for fast food among tier-III cities
- 70% of our regular users in Kolhapur had never tried food delivery in their life
Dining out market of Zomato is growing exponentially with over 1m active subscribers of Zomato Gold globally on 31 March 2019 as compared to 170k active users as on 31 March 2018. Zomato Gold has also launched in Jakarta, Manila, Auckland, and Beirut.