By: Russell Redman
Source: Supermarket News

With the easing of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccinations readily available, more grocery shoppers feel comfortable returning to stores, a new survey by The Feedback Group showed.

Over four times as many consumers plan to shop more often in a grocery store this year versus those who plan to shop less, according to The Feedback Group’s Grocery Shopper Intention Monitor, released yesterday. Of 2,250 consumers polled, 40% said they plan to shop more at a physical store for groceries over the next 12 months, compared with 9% reporting they’ll shop brick-and-mortar locations less. Fifty-one percent plan to go to stores for food shopping at the same rate as they do now.

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