Croatian Flower Purchases Led The World For Women’s Day 2023

Lauren Simmonds

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March the 9th, 2024 – Croatian flower purchases lead the world on Women’s Day 2023 according to the popular delivery platform Glovo’s data.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Glovo, a multi-category platform that allows users to access various types of products and meals on demand, presented its data on ordering trends across Croatia on March the 8th (Women’s Day) last year.

On that day, Croatian flower purchases increased a staggering 29 times compared to average Wednesdays in 2023, marking the highest number of flower orders in any given single day.

This large increase in the number of orders placed Croatia in second place, just behind Romania, in the number of flower orders for Women’s Day in Southeastern Europe. It was in 4th place among all 25 countries in which Glovo operates in terms of the number of flower orders placed throughout the year, just behind Romania , Italy and Spain.

Last year, the most Croatian flower orders for Women’s Day were recorded by Glovo in the two largest cities of Zagreb and Split, and the most expensive flower order was in Zagreb, amounting to 187 euros.

Across Croatia, three types of flowers were ordered most of all last year: roses, tulips and orchids.

Croatia’s residents celebrate Women’s Day with flowers and delicious food. This is supported by the data on the ordering of food from restaurants – on March the 8th, 2023, Croats ordered as much as 140 percent more food from restaurants via Glovo (between 18:00 and 20:00), compared to the same day the year before (2022).

As for the most frequently ordered dishes for the celebration of Women’s Day nationwide, last year, the most ordered dishes were hamburgers, various grilled dishes and pizza. At the same time, the most exotic international cuisines have also been recording a significant increase in orders through Glovo.

As such, Mexican, Asian and Turkish food recorded growth of 28%, 25% and 24%. Also March the 8th, 2023, candy and chocolate orders also recorded growth of 18% compared to the average Wednesday in 2023.


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