DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the food industry, "Dried Grains and Rice Market Growing by 386% as Demand for Shelf-Stable Goods Rises Amid COVID-19"
The rapid spread of coronavirus has made it necessary for the public to practice social-distancing and remain in their homes. As a result of the increased time spent at home, more people are turning to home cooking.
There have also been concerns about the effect COVID-19 will have on the food supply chain, which has led many to stock up on pantry staples such as rice, dried beans and pulses. In March, US grocery stores saw a surge in sales of dried grains and rice. Sales of dried beans rose by 63% while sales of rice and chickpeas rose by 58% and 47% respectively.
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