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Consumer Habits: The Pandemic Shopper

Six months after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, grocery shoppers in the U.S. are still spending more on groceries each month while taking fewer trips to the store. In August, per trip spending increased by 6%, while trips were 11% lower in August of  2019. 

Online Grocery Sales Dip for First Time Since COVID-19

According to the most recent Brick Meets Click + Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey, grocery...

Frozen Foods Continue to Lead Category Sales

From constant mask-wearing to social distancing, the coronavirus has changed many aspects of our...

How the Coronavirus Has Impacted the Digital Grocery Space

Since the pandemic made its way to the U.S. in mid-March, consumers have grown accustomed to their...

Why Most U.S. Shoppers Still Choose To Shop In-Store Versus Online

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost every aspect of our everyday life, especially when it...

Blocking & Tackling: Principles, Policies, and Tactics for Crushing Shrink and Creating a Loss Prevention Culture

This week’s blog post is an excerpt from our eBook Blocking & Tackling: Principles, Policies, and...
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