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Food and Beverage Companies Adopt E-Commerce Best Practices

Small and Midsize F&B Businesses Adjust to E-Commerce Trends

Today’s food and beverage companies use digital grocery models to sell direct to consumer (DTC) and capture modern B2B consumers. Read the free Softengine e-book to learn more.

The global e-commerce market is set to reach $4.89 trillion this year, 2021, and $6.3 trillion by the year 2024 (1). by 2025, revenue from the e-commerce food and beverage industry in the United States alone will rise to $35.7 billion—making up 15% to 20% of the industry’s overall sales (3). With the explosive growth of e-commerce in recent years, small and midsize businesses are entering into the e-commerce marketplace.

Potential to reach new markets and audiences through e-commerce best practices provide limitless opportunities for food and beverage companies. To adapt to these digital grocery models, business leaders plan to invest in technology over the next year, with 67% citing ecommerce solutions and 54% citing tools for business integration as primary ways to achieving their goals (2). To stand out from the competition and avoid getting lost amongst the larger corporations, business technology and optimal payment methods are essential to give small and midsize F&B companies the cutting edge they need.

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  1. Global Ecommerce: Stats and Trends to Watch (2021) (
  2. The current state of ecommerce in manufacturing (

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