Cassian Baliarsingh

A Bengaluru man has been hitting the headlines for ordering groceries worth more than Rs 16 lakh in just one year through flood delivery platform Swiggy. 

Yes! You read that right. Though the amount seems to be more than the annual CTC of many people, it is true.

Recently, Swiggy released the 7th edition of its annual trend report ‘HOW INDIA SWIGGY’D 2022’. It has released full details of what people ordered the most in 2022. 

As per the report, this year too, people ordered Biryani the most like the last six years. On Swiggy, at least 137 orders for biryani were placed per minute. While Biryani dominated the orders list this year, Classic Masala Dosa came second. Similarly, Chicken Fried Rice, Paneer Butter Masala and Butter Naan also featured in the list of top-ordered dishes.

This apart, Swiggy has also released unusual records created by customers during online orders. A man from Bengaluru has created record by ordering groceries and essentials worth Rs 16.6 lakh in just one year. 

The man continuously ordered items worth thousands almost every day from Swiggy’s grocery delivery app Instamart. The shocking amount of orders has left people in shock.

Similarly, another man, also from Bengaluru, spent a whopping Rs 75,000 during Diwali. The man ordered food items in a single bill. The insane amount of spending is not new for the IT Hub. 

Similarly, a man from Pune reportedly spent Rs 71,229 on burgers and fries.

Moreover, Indians also spent a lot on samosas, popcorn, French fries, garlic breadsticks, hot wings and tacos the most this year. Talking about sweets, people spent more on Gulab Jamun, Rasmalai, Choco Lava Cake, Rasgulla and Chocochips ice-cream.

Furthermore, people from Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Pune also spent a huge amount on organic fruits and vegetables. Exotic fruits like pomelo, wood lav, berries and dragon fruit also attracted attention as customers bought more than 17 lakh kg of these fruits.

On the other hand, non-vegetarians spent Rs 29.86 lakh on chicken orders.