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6th Wolt Market unit opens in Budapest

Retail

Wolt Market has opened its sixth unit in Budapest and will open more units in rural areas in the near future, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Wolt Market offers a fast way to shop, where customers can order products from the unit nearest to them via an app and have them delivered to their doorstep within 25 minutes.

"In the last days of November 2021, the first Wolt Market opened in Budapest, and in the five months since then, the service has grown rapidly. At the moment, our downtown Pest location is performing the best, which is not surprising as this delivery area currently has the most active users," says Gábor Törös, managing director of Wolt Market Hungary.

The service's sixth unit opened in Fáy utca on April 9. 

Residents in District XIII, Újpest, Újpalota, and parts of Zugló can order from here. Free delivery will be available for the first two weeks, and many users will also get credits to try shopping at Wolt Market.
 
Wolt Market customers in Keleti, Nyugati, Déli, Újbuda, Óbuda and now Angyalföld can choose from nearly 2,500 products. In addition to the food and household items, vegan and special dietary needs products are also present in Walt Market's offering.
 
The expansion will continue with more outlets opening soon - not just in Budapest, but in rural towns too, the company says.

"We have built a strong foundation for growth in recent months, but it is important that we can only maintain this if we continue to improve every day based on customer feedback and our own experience. For example, we are happy when our customers tell us what else they would like to see in our range," added Törös.

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