Consumer grocery trends

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Digital Coupon Redemption Surpasses Print for 1st Time: Report

Share of volume of digital coupons increased 27% year over year, according to Inmar’s 2021 Shopper Behavior Study, which also found that Gen Xers and baby boomers are top users.

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Shoppers Click-and-Pick to Record Grocery Tally

Pickup becomes a “dominant” modality as ship-to-home slips and sales reach $9.3 billion in March, Brick Meets Click/Mercatus survey indicates.

The rate of grocery inflation slowed again in March, and is more pronounced in some locales where restaurant dining restrictions have eased.

From easy meals and bulk produce to home fitness and comforts, these trends reflect the height of the shutdown to continued changes in home and work lifestyles.

Consumers are comparison shopping online and choosing retailers that tout everyday low prices as they seek more bang for their grocery buck, Dunnhumby's latest survey finds.

Kroger’s presentation of its newly hatched strategy accompanied a barrage of statistics illustrating the challenges and opportunities before it.

During the annual Food Marketing Conference, U.S. CEO Kevin Holt shared how personalized value; convenience; local and trust; health and sustainability; and local brands will all play into an integrated online and in-store world.

A new survey finds people are eating breakfast foods more often during the pandemic.

NCSolutions attributes increase in spending to Americans cleaning more and cooking at home more in its full-year analysis of pandemic shopping.

Fresh fruit prices saw their greatest jump in seven years as four of six grocery food categories recorded higher prices for the month.

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