What Indians Ordered The Most In 2023: From Clothes To Groceries, Here’s A Citywise Peek

Here's what Indians have ordered the most this year!

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
What Indians Ordered The Most In 2023: From Clothes To Groceries, Here’s A Citywise Peek

We are sure that with the high prevalence of online services, most of you have been switching between apps to buy clothes, pharma, food, and more online. The best part of buying stuff online is the comfort it provides! Well, you surely know what you bought the most this year, but have you ever wondered what our fellow Indians have ordered the most in 2023? No worries, Borzo’s latest data is here to reveal it city-wise!

What Indians Ordered The Most In 2023

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MUMBAI

  • Food Delivery  
  • Clothes  
  • Documents  
  • Pharma 
  • Private Packages 
  • Grocery Items  
  • Electronic devices (spare parts)
  • Samples  
  • Bakery (sweets)  
  • Materials (fabrics, threads, and so on)
  • Gifts 
  • Fruits  
  • Shoes  
  • Hardware (tools)  
  • Books 

DELHI

  • Clothes  
  • Documents  
  • Food Delivery  
  • Pharma 
  • Groceries  
  • Private Packages  
  • Electronic devices (spare parts)
  • Gifts 
  • Samples  
  • Materials (fabrics, threads, and so on)
  • Shoes  
  • Bakery items (sweets)
  • Books/Hardware (tools)  
  • Jewellery 

BENGALURU

  • Food delivery  
  • Documents  
  • Clothes  
  • Pharma/Groceries  
  • Private Packages  
  • Electronic devices (spare parts)
  • Flowers  
  • Hardware (tools)  
  • Bakery (sweets)  
  • Books  
  • Business supplies  
  • Samples presents 
  • F&B 

PUNE

  • Food Delivery  
  • Pharma  
  • Documents  
  • Clothes  
  • Groceries 
  • Electronic Devices(spare parts)  
  • Hardware(tools)  
  • Bakery(sweets)  
  • Materials(farbric,threads, etc)  
  • Books 

AHMEDABAD

  • Food Delivery  
  • Documents  
  • Clothes  
  • Chicken  
  • Groceries 

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Food And Clothing Top The List

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According to the most recent data from Borzo (formerly WeFast), food, clothes, documents, pharmaceuticals, and groceries were the top 5 most popular and trending categories among Indians in 2023.

Indian consumers are increasingly favoring the delivery of a wide range of product categories in the quickly expanding realm of online shopping. According to the majority’s tastes, food and clothing are the most popular delivery options in 2023. It’s interesting to note that Documents is now the third most popular category in 2023. 

The document delivery industry, which was once controlled by traditional courier services, is seeing an increase in demand for quick intra-city document delivery, which is putting more modern delivery companies in the picture. Pharma deliveries were the fourth most popular delivery category. This year, ordering medications online has remained popular with Pharma items. Groceries were the fifth most popular item supplied. 

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Wednesdays & Fridays Busiest For Delivery 

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The average order distance in Mumbai was 9 km in 2023 as opposed to 13.2 km in 2022, 10 km in Delhi as opposed to 16.6 km in 2022, and 9 km in Bengaluru as opposed to 14.5 km in 2022. It’s fascinating to see that Delivery riders are now traveling an average of 5 kilometers less than before. 

Wednesdays and Fridays were the busiest days for delivery, while Sundays were the least busy. Tuesday and Thursday had the highest volume of orders delivered in 2022. Delivery traffic was at its peak for over 12 hours, starting at 11 a.m. and finishing at 3 am at midnight. 

Even though the global economy is in decline for a variety of reasons, India’s economy and e-commerce sector have grown strongly, leading many firms to choose the direct-to-consumer (D2C) route in order to meet client expectations with the assistance of various logistics companies. 

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What did you order the most?

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