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Consumer Expenditures Study

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about PG's Consumer Expenditures Study.

CES

Perishables performed the best and continue to show the most promise for the foreseeable future

CES

The 72nd annual study utilizes data from Nielsen's Total Food View

CES beverage

Refreshment reigns, conventional wanes with bottled water, RTD coffee and tea as leaders in the category

CES breakfast

What used to be a strictly morning meal with relatively few choices is now any time — and any cuisine — consumers prefer

CES yogurt

As nondairy yogurt grows more popular, it could steal share from traditional counterparts

CES snack bars

Finding a balance between health and indulgence increasingly guides consumers’ choices of such items

CES Meal Kits

What you’d think would be a slam dunk for grocers continues to be a work in progress as grocery retailers attempt to make a go of meal kits, searching for a profitable middle ground somewhere between the flailing subscription model and the in-store solution that leverages the broad competencies of

CES smoothies

These meal-replacing drinks keep evolving in terms of ingredients, functionality and form

Data provided via Nielsen’s Total Food View, an inclusive data universe of UPC and non-UPC products (includes fresh random-weight retailer-assigned PLU and system 2 sales volume).

Grocers must stay vigilant in preserving market share as disruptors rule

Fresh, prepared foods still present biggest opportunity for grocers

The plant-based trend spills into the category

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