How Coronavirus Has Changed Grocery Trends

Six months after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, grocery shoppers are still buying bigger baskets, making fewer trips to the store and helping revive stale categories.

According to shopper intelligence firm Catalina, shoppers continue to spend more at the grocery store each month, while taking fewer trips. In August, spending per trip increased by 6%, with an overall increase from $310 to $330 per month, while shopping trips were nearly 11% lower compared to the same period in 2019…  Retail Leader

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