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Consumer Expenditures Study

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

73rd Annual Consumer Expenditures Report: Upheaval and Opportunity

In an extraordinary year, the 73rd annual report looks at food and consumables retailers

Edible Spotlight: Food Sales Soared, Double-Digit Growth Common

Spending in edible grocery departments driven by foodservice establishments forced to close

Nonedible Spotlight: Slow Overall Growth Rate Concealed Sales Volatility

See solid growth rate, although un-pandemic-like compared with the gains seen in the edible and perimeter areas

Perimeter Spotlight: Sales Pain and Gain on the Perimeter

The pandemic caused uneven gain and pain throughout the perimeter

Grubhub details food trends for COVID-19 age

Meet the New American Grocery Shopper

Acosta report studies pandemic, post-pandemic consumer

Grocers Failing to Warn Shoppers About Recalls

U.S. Public Interest Research Group issues report card on food recall notifications

A $1.4T Opportunity for Food Retailers

Grocers should be aggressively leveraging Americans' love of dining out

PG's annual Consumer Expenditures Study reveals gains by alternative retailers

Grocers must stay vigilant in preserving market share as disruptors rule

Methodology Progressive Grocer’s 70th Annual Consumer Expenditures Study (CES) is based on data collected by Schaumburg, Ill.-based Nielsen for UPC-coded products, as well as PG sales estimates for nontracked categories, including perishables and general merchandise.

Grocers must understand deeper motivations behind purchasing behavior

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