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Vegetable sales improve at retail but inflation takes toll on volume

- Analysis
November 2021 picked up where October left off: grocery shopping and food consumption patterns remained in flux, especially as holiday purchases started much earlier.

Inflation, supply chain fears push consumers to frozen, canned

- Retail
Just 9 percent of consumers don't plan to have a Thanksgiving celebration this year, and a third of shoppers are stocking up early.

Inflation prompts shifts in fruit, vegetable demand

- General News
September continued where August left off in retail produce sales.

Retail produce sales reflect inflation, higher fruit volumes in April

- Retail
Only five out of the top 10 selling fruits lost ground versus the tremendous sales spikes of 2020, being apples, bananas, avocados, mandarins and oranges.

Online grocery sales drop in February

- General News
The total U.S. online grocery market posted $8.0 billion in sales during February, a 14% drop from January’s $9.3 billion, as fewer households went online for groceries and placed fewer orders than in January according to Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded Feb. 26-28, 2021.

Who buys watercress on a whim, and more COVID-19 consumer trends

- Produce with Pamela
Anne-Marie Roerink and I are back to talk about consumer trends amid the COVID-19 crisis. This week we have the latest sales numbers, and how July 4 was surprisingly strong, despite the single-digit growth. 

Father’s Day provides big boost for produce sales

- Retail
The week ending June 21st was Father’s Day weekend and it resulted in a significant boost for fresh produce, both fruit and vegetables. At the same time, the demand for center-store items, including frozen and canned fruit and vegetables, also remained strong.

Vegetables continue to drive retail sales

- General News
This increase in produce demand from the foodservice side of the business came on top of continued elevated levels of at-home meal occasions. This results in an ever-changing demand landscape for grocery retailing as a whole, and produce along with it.

COVID-19 Grocery Trends Week 11: fresh produce sales up 14%

- Retail
Memorial Day signals the traditional start of the summer grilling season, with meat and produce promotions typically dominating the front page of grocery circulars around the country. This year, however, the tight meat supply created a starring role for fresh produce in many of the weekly ads.

COVID-19 grocery shopping week 10: fresh produce sales up 16%

- Retail
Two months after panic purchases drove the biggest sales weeks in the history of modern grocery retailing, coronavirus-related shopping patterns for produce appear to be settling into a steady elevated trend line.