Data: Grocery sales dip and online hits new baseline as market normalises

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Grocery sales over the last 12 weeks have dipped and customer behaviours have begun to revert, as lockdown restrictions ease and life slowly returns to normality.

In the 12 weeks to June 13, 2021, take home grocery sales slipped 1.6% year-on-year and the growth in online shopping juddered to a halt, staying flat at 13.4% in the four weeks to June 13, according to the latest Kantar supermarket share data. 

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