Some changes to grocery-shopping habits likely to stick after the crisis

US consumers are grocery shopping less often and in fewer stores. And of those who have tried new stores or switched to store brands, more than half intend to continue doing so after the crisis passes.

US consumers are consolidating shopping trips and shifting their retailer and brand loyalties during the COVID-19 crisis.

To read the article, see “Redefining value and affordability in retail’s next normal,” June 15, 2020.