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The average person spends two hours a week at the grocery store

The average person spends two hours a week at the grocery store
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Have you ever wondered how long you spend each week shopping at a grocery store?

According to a recent study, the average person will visit a grocery store three times a week and spend nearly two hours a week shopping for groceries. An additional 41 minutes is spent communicating to and from the store on each visit. And the most popular time to go to the grocery store is at 12:53 on Saturday afternoons.

Here are some other fascinating grocery shopping statistics

The average shopping trip takes 41 minutes.

64% of consumers have done grocery shopping online.

Saturday is the most popular day for grocery shopping.

The nation’s top grocery chains accounted for over 48% of 2020 sales.

Millennials are the largest generational cohort shopping for groceries online.

More than 60% of offline grocery shoppers consider buying new brands.

45% of Millennials do their grocery shopping online.

Women take longer than men to get their shopping done.

69% of women make a grocery shopping list beforehand, compared to 52% of men.

Women are more likely to clip coupons, with 57% of female shoppers collecting them compared to 41% of men. (Source: https://www.creditdonkey.com/grocery-shopping-statistics.html)

Almost 25% of grocery shopping money is spent on processed foods and sweets.



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