TALLINN - A study commissioned by food courier Wolt and carried out by pollster Norstat simultaneously in all three Baltic states at the end of spring shows that ordering food and eating out is most popular among Lithuanians, whereas Estonians do it the least often of the Baltic nations.
The survey shows that having ready-made meals delivered to one's home is regarded a convenient and time-effective alternative to cooking, which was pointed out by 53 percent of respondents in Estonia.
The survey results indicated that 44 percent of Lithuanians, 43 p...
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