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Online grocery sales to spike in US

Online grocery sales to spike in US

Published on Jan 31st, 2017

Online grocery shopping could account for a fifth of all retail grocery sales in the US by 2025.

That means American consumers would be spending about $100 billion a year buying their groceries (foods, drinks and other CPG products) online – the equivalent of about 3900 grocery stores based on store volume.

These are among the forecasts in a preview of joint research by the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Nielsen.

Online grocery sales grow 15% to $48bn

Online grocery sales grow 15% to $48bn

Published on Sep 29th, 2016

The global e-commerce grocery market has grown 15% in the year to this June, reaching sales worth US $48 billion.

In comparison, the FMCG market as a whole is flat, increasing just 1.6% over the same period.

And e-commerce now accounts for 4.4% of all FMCG sales, according to the new 3rd annual Kantar Worldpanel study The Future of E-commerce in FMCG.

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