Consumers suspicious about what’s behind high grocery prices

Study finds vast majority of shoppers believe brands—namely food—are using inflation as an excuse to hoist pricing.


U.S. economy expands, albeit more slowly, in 1st quarter

Consumer spending rose 3.7% on an annual basis; food-at-home GDP fell 3.4% year over year.

Customers are more likely to change what they buy as inflation continues to alter food shopper habits and store visits.

Numerator survey finds negative economic outlook, while Coresight Research analysis looks at the status for grocery retail vs. three previous recessions.

Supermarkets’ battle with mass chains has heated up, while online grocery shopping has cooled off, FMI’s 2023 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends study shows.

A survey from the marketing firm Vericast shows a growing number of diners are choosing to get frozen pizza from the grocery store over one of the big chains. And prices are a huge reason.

Consumer Price Index for food-at-home sees first monthly decrease in over 2.5 years amid relaxing inflation.

Nearly two-thirds of shoppers are actively looking to cut costs, according to Incisiv and Wynshop's Q1 "Digital Grocery Performance Card."

Proposal for one-time payment to ease food affordability included in 2023 national budget.

Expert panel says cost pressures still need to work their way out of the supply chain to bring relief at the retail shelf.

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