Conventional grocery stores in the top-performing quartile generated average weekly online grocery sales of $43,895, 6.3 times higher than the median sales of $6,934 for rest of the stores, according to the Brick Meets Click eGrocery Performance Benchmarking 2021 Wave.
April online grocery sales pulled back 3.8% versus last year, finishing at $8.1 billion, as total order volume dropped 5.8% driven by lower order frequency and a slightly smaller monthly active user (MAU) base, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded April 28-29, 2022.
In March, total U.S. online grocery sales pulled back 6% to $8.7 billion versus March 2021’s record high of $9.3 billion, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded March 28-29, 2022. Total sales for 1Q 2022 ($8.5B in January and $8.7B for both February and March) finished just 2.5% lower compared to a year ago.
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The total U.S. online grocery market generated $8.7 billion in sales during February, a gain of 8.5% compared to the same period a year ago, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded February 26-27, 2022.
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Total January sales were down 8% versus the prior year with mixed results across the three receiving methods (Pickup, Delivery, and Ship-to-Home). Only Pickup made sales gains, growing almost 2% to $4.0 billion.
Conventional grocers reported a 6.8% drop in online grocery sales on a same-store basis during the 12 weeks ending September 28, 2021, versus the prior year, according to the Brick Meets Click eGrocery Performance Benchmarking 2021 Wave.
The U.S. online grocery market captured $8.9 billion in sales during December as over 69 million households shopped online to satisfy grocery-related needs, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded December 29-30, 2021.
The U.S. online grocery market generated $8.6 billion in sales during November, which includes $7.0 billion from the pickup/delivery segments and $1.6 billion from ship-to-home, reported the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded November 29-30, 2021.