By Catherine Douglas Moran
Source: Grocery Dive
- Walmart accounted for nearly 36% of all U.S. online grocery sales in the second quarter — achieving a new record high for the retailer that’s up 5 percentage points from its share a year prior, according to a new report produced by Brick Meets Click and sponsored by Mercatus.
- Walmart’s Q2 grocery e-commerce sales marked the third consecutive quarter that the retailer has surpassed supermarkets’ share.
- “The combined effect of price inflation and the expiration of COVID financial supports has triggered a flight-to-value as purchasing power remains under pressure,” Brick Meets Click Partner David Bishop said in a statement.