Will online shoppers wait longer for greener deliveries?

Madeleine Cuff
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Online grocery shopping is becoming increasingly popular among time-poor consumers
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Online grocery shopping is becoming increasingly popular among time-poor consumers

Research suggests 85 per cent of consumers would wait longer for a parcel delivery that helped cut congestion and air pollution

Online shoppers are prepared to wait longer for their delivery if it means cleaner air and less crowded streets, new research released this week suggests. According to a survey of 1,000 people across...

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