Across online and offline channels, shoppers spent £1 billion more with supermarket brands than they did during the same period last year, with a 23% rise in vegan products purchased as families took part in Veganuary.
July 2021 saw year-on-year UK sales growth for online groceries falling for the first time ever
Kantar research shows 81,000 fewer people bought groceries online in July in the UK, compared to the same four weeks in 2020. Digital baskets shrunk by 8% to £80 and YoY sales growth consequently fell by 2.6%, the first dip on record. Online currently accounts for 13.3% of the market.
The online drop-off comes amid a 5.1% fall in take-home grocery sales for the 12 weeks to 11 July 2021. However, despite this YoY decrease, shoppers still spent £3 billion more compared to the same period in 2019.
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Data reveals click and collect and online grocery shopping among online shopping habits here to stay
Research from Mood Media, published in June 2021, surveyed more than 8,000 consumers from the US, UK, France and China and revealed new online shopping habits that are most likely to continue post-pandemic, and those that are not.
Ordering online to collect in-store is proving to be a very popular option which consumers are hoping to continue taking advantage of once restrictions lift. In fact, one-third of US respondents cited curbside pick-up as a future preference – more than double the worldwide average of 14%.
Globally, 25% of consumers have said they would prefer to continue shopping online for groceries rather than venturing in-store, with the UK and US leading this trend, while 23% said the same when it comes to buying technology and electronics.