Australian homegrown food delivery service, Menulog is continuing to grow its grocery and convenience service across the country, experiencing 232% partner growth since January 2021.

Grocery and convenience partner listings have skyrocketed to over 2,200 now live on the platform. Not only is demand soaring throughout inner city capitals, but it is also booming in suburban and regional areas. 

Menulog has welcomed major trading partners including BP, IGA Supermarkets and Quickstop United Petroleum, and anticipates additional locations from these partners in coming months. Independent businesses represent 37% of Menulog’s grocery and convenience partners to date and 35% are also based in regional Australia.

“On-demand delivery of groceries and convenience items is a growing market sector, one in which we are well-established and continuing to boost our offering,” Menulog managing director for Australia and New Zealand, Morten Belling said.

“Menulog’s point of difference has always been our breadth across Australia, fully servicing metro areas, and with a strong courier and partner network spanning suburban, regional and rural areas.

“We’re seeing exponential demand for convenience and grocery deliveries across all parts of Australia, in part driven by changes in consumer buying habits that started as a result of Covid restrictions. Consumers continue to embrace our platform for convenience items as they’re needed and craved. We’re delighted to make it even easier for Australians to support their local, independent supermarkets and convenience stores.”