Consumer grocery trends

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3 in 5 U.S. Consumers Now Buy Groceries Online: Report

COVID-19 drove consumers online for their grocery purchases, and many shoppers won’t be changing their shopping habits as the crisis eases, Coresight Research’s latest report finds.


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“As vaccines become more widely available, it is natural that today’s shoppers choose to head back into the store as a part of their grocery shopping routine,” said Spencer Baird of Inmar Intelligence's MarTech division.

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.

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.

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