DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Impact on Shopping Location Choices - COVID-19 Consumer Survey Insights - Week 6" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report focuses on changing levels of concern in relation to the pandemic, and how these are reflected in consumers' choices of shopping locations in the wake of lockdown measures being implemented by governments.
- Consumers are concerned about the situation in their countries and their actions are reflecting their changing minds.
- Despite widespread lockdown restrictions, a few consumers still prefer to shop at their favourite supermarket; however, people are looking to shop more at local convenience stores for their regular grocery purchases.
- Young consumers are most inclined to shop online, but the weekly trends show that gradually older generations are also moving to the internet for their daily needs. This may be because they want to avoid risks in going out during the pandemic.
Reasons to Buy
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Key Topics Covered
- With number of cases rising in Brazil, more consumers are getting extremely concerned
- Older consumers also gradually moving towards online grocery shopping
- Consumers are mostly shopping online or in the local supermarkets
- With Summer season approaching, consumers continue to stock up on soft drinks
- White Milk is an essential product with growing purchases from online channel
- Reduced purchases from Foodservice channel mostly due to ongoing lockdowns
- Overall demand for dairy food products quite stagnant
- Consumers have reduced their purchase for plant based dairy products
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