Black Consumers and Shopping for Groceries - US - October 2017

Black Consumers and Shopping for Groceries - US - October 2017

"Product prices and selection are key drivers for where and when Blacks shop, but they are proud of their ability to maximize their budget while buying the brands and products they want on their list. Retailers that offer a pleasant atmosphere and convenience are included in their shopping routine, but incentives created just for them on top of their shopping expectations have the opportunity to increase store visits and maintain loyalty."

- Toya Mitchell, Multicultural Analyst

This Report looks at the following areas:

Black households are estimated to spend $60.6 billion on groceries in 2017
Walmart is the leading grocer among Black shoppers
Lower incidence of online grocery shopping may be tied to lack of service
Blacks shop at multiple stores for price and product mix
Young Black grocery shoppers expect the full experience
Coupon use may be low due to redemption restrictions and relevance

TOC available on request

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