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Canadian Shoppers Buying Less, Making Fewer Trips To Retail Stores, Study Shows

January 9, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Consumers in Canada are shopping less, with trips to the retail store per household dropping 2 percent in the year ending October 1, 2016, according to Nielsen. Data from the market research firm revealed 22 percent of Canadian consumers showed concerned about rising food prices. Results of a review of major channels in the country showed spending per trip for grocery and mass merchandisers dropped 1 percent from $51.6 and $63.3 to $51.2 $62.5, respectively. At present, consumers spend an average of $8,492 per year across all retail channels in consumer packaged goods.
"How Canadian Retailers Can Address The Shrinking Consumer Basket", Nielsen, January 09, 2017, © The Nielsen Company (US), LLC
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