has reported a 234% increase in pantry good orders, 290% increase in household goods orders and 233% increase in health and beauty orders compared to the previous corresponding period. Site traffic to grocery pages is up 467% year-on-year, as consumers shift their shopping online.

To ensure high-demand items reach Australian customers as quickly as possible, is working hard to replenish stock, effectively manage its warehouse and maintain a reliable delivery service, while ensuring the safety and wellbeing of its employees and dispatch teams.

Catch has taken measures to enable efficiency while committing to offering a range of household name brands at the lowest possible prices. managing director, Nati Harpaz said, “As Australians adapt to a world where they are urged to stay inside their homes, an increasing number of people are coming online to stock up on day-to-day necessities and home comforts. Our number one priority during these uncertain times is our customers and making sure they have access to the products they need, when they need it.

“By working with our partners to source extra stock and by imposing a limit on certain items, we aim to help those in need of products such as kitchen and pantry essentials. Catch is here for Australians and will continue to deliver.”