Eating Out Versus Cooking at Home - COVID-19 Consumer Survey Insights - Week 3
This report is part of the GlobalData COVID-19 Consumer Insight series, which tracks changes in consumer sentiment, lifestyles, attitudes, and behaviors stemming from the global coronavirus outbreak. It analyzes consumer decisions on eating out versus meal preparation at home by category, geography, and demographic during week 3 of GlobalData's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker Consumer Survey.
Out-of-home social lives have been severely affected by COVID-19, which, in turn, has influenced how consumers are choosing to cook and eat. The decreasing visits to foodservice channels are closely tied to the lack of out-of-home social occasions and so consumers are changing the way they cook themselves at home.
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- Cafés, pubs, and entertainment outlets are the most affected outlets globally.
- Social settings like pubs, bars, and cafés are being avoided.
- Fast-food outlets are generally more popular, but more consumers have stopped their visits.
- Without an official lockdown in place, concern levels are lowest in Sweden, but growing.
- 42% of consumers are turning more to home cooking since the COVID-19 outbreak.
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- Consumer Survey Insights: Eating Out vs. Cooking at Home - Week 3
- Without an official lockdown in place, concern levels are lowest in Sweden, but growing
- Globally, less time is being spent outside of the home socializing
- Cafes, pubs and entertainment outlets are the most affected outlets globally
- Social settings like pubs/bars and cafes are being avoided
- Fast-food outlets are generally more popular, but more consumers have stopped their visits
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