U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends Report Shows Despite Higher Prices, Consumers Not Cutting Back
FMI – The Food Industry Association shared findings from a survey of grocery shoppers’ spending habits and attitudes.
The survey highlights how consumers remain concerned about the rising prices of food but remain less likely to cut back on the number of items they purchase.
Of shoppers that shared concerns about food prices, only 32% of shoppers in February reported buying fewer items to lower their grocery bills, down from 41% in October. The survey indicated that consumers are instead looking for deals across various channels...
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