By Russell Redman
Source: Supermarket News
Reflecting changed consumer behavior since the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly a quarter of U.S. e-grocery customers aim to step up their use of online food shopping, new research from Acosta reveals.
Twenty-three percent of online grocery users polled in the October Acosta Shopper Community Survey said they expect to do more e-grocery shopping within the next year, while 64% plan to shop online for groceries at their current level, according to Acosta’s “Growth of Online Grocery Shopping Shows No Signs of Slowing Down” report, released this week. Just 8% of respondents to grocery-shop online less often, and only 1% said they plan to stop completely.