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FMI’s 2022 Grocery Shopper Trends Report Finds Shoppers Still Enjoy Grocery Shopping

"The pandemic has not diminished the appeal of grocery shopping, particularly for younger shoppers. Satisfaction with their primary store remains high for shoppers," said Steve Markenson, director of research and insights.


84.51° Reveals Shopper Concerns on Inflation, COVID

Almost 50% of consumers claim they are at least somewhat uncomfortable with their finances, but they are also expressing a readiness for travel.

Data and tech company Numerator finds that Amazon Prime has a higher satisfaction rate and intent to renew among subscribers vs. Walmart+ and Shipt Everyday.

The two retail giants expected to see elevated supply-chain costs, more macroeconomic uncertainty and an impact from lapping stimulus spending—but not to this extent.

Latest Numerator data shows 73% of people will head to the store to buy food, and 42% will be purchasing alcohol beverages.

A Top Data analysis of visit data concludes the retail industry “is back, better than ever,” when it comes to foot traffic.

In search of the best prices as grocery prices continue to rise, more consumers are visiting multiple retailers or seeking out promotions and sales.

Research finds the impact of rising prices is having a comparable effect with most ethnicities and generations; however, Black consumers are experiencing the highest rates (up 13.9% vs. a year ago).

As inflation continues to run at 40-year highs, consumers continue to cut back on nonessentials, and 88% of consumers feel concerned with inflation and are seeing prices rise across the board, new data from 84.51° finds.

"Brands can build credibility and stand out among competitors by offering value in the form of discounts and deals, which can help consumers feel more in control of their mental, physical, and financial health given the fatigue of the past two years,”  Dave Cesaro, retail and consumer behavior expert, at Vericast said.

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