When ordering food for delivery worth 20,000 won, consumers think that the appropriate delivery fee per item is about 1,600 won.

In addition, it was found that 1 out of 2 people are willing to choose eco-friendly packaging materials even if they pay extra.

On the 22nd, the Korea Rural Economic Research Institute released the report 'Results of a survey on the status of the restaurant industry related to inclusive growth and sustainability'.

From September 13 to 23, last year, the research team conducted a survey on eating out behaviors among 2,000 adults in their 20s and over 60s.

As a result, assuming that a delivery order worth 20,000 won of food was ordered, the average delivery fee level selected by respondents was 1,618 won on average.

When looking at the distribution of responses by price range, the category of 1,000 to 2,000 won accounted for the most at 45.3%, followed by 2,000 to 3,000 won (41.0%), 0 (7.0%), 3,000 to 4,000 won (5.5%), and 4 More than 1,000 won (1.3%) followed.

The average appropriate delivery fee by age group was highest at 1,794 won in their 60s, followed by those in their 40s (1,645 won), 50s (1,611 won), and those in their 20s and 30s (1,554 won each).

When the respondents were divided by income level, those with an average monthly income of less than 2 million won had the highest average delivery fee of 1,880 won.

4 million won (1699 won), 6 million won or more (1627 won), 3 million won (1543 won), 5 million won (1542 won), 2 million won (1,495 won) ) followed.

When ordering food for delivery, 51.4% of respondents were willing to pay extra and choose eco-friendly packaging.

The average cost they said they were willing to pay was 1,113 won.