Deliveroo doubles orders during latest Covid lockdown

News eases investor qualms following troubled IPO with firm reporting 114% rise in orders worth £1.65bn

Deliveroo doubled orders for the first three months of the year but admitted it still had work to do to convince investors about its future after a stock market float beset by concerns over its treatment of workers.

The takeaway delivery company received 71m orders during the quarter, a 114% year-on-year increase, helped by coronavirus lockdowns which led to the temporary closures of restaurants and cafes in the UK and elsewhere, according to results published on Thursday.

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