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The real election night winners: sellers of pizza, booze and weed

Prerolled joints were among weed delivery start-up Eaze’s most popular items Tuesday. Anxious election-results watchers also drove surges in food orders and alcohol deliveries.  (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

Regardless of their political leanings, Americans were united on one front on election day: stress-eating, stress-drinking and stress-smoking to make it through the night.

As election results continued to roll in Wednesday, businesses selling food, alcohol and weed reported a surge in orders.

On-demand alcohol delivery service Drizly said sales were 68% higher than on the previous four Tuesdays, on average. Sales in Washington, D.C., rose 133%; in New York City, 110%; and in L.A., 35%. In blue states where Drizly operates, sales were up 75% compared with the previous four Tuesdays; in red states, they were up 33%.

Wine made up 42% of sales; liquor, 41%; and beer, 15%, the Boston company said.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Andrea Chang on Los Angeles Times
Published: November 05, 2020
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