Grocery sales jumped last month as a record number of shoppers turned to online.
Supermarket sales jumped 9.4% in the month to November 1, with 5.9 million consumers buying groceries online during the period, according to market share experts Kantar.
Grocery sales grew at the quicker rate of 15% in Wales during October as shoppers stocked up amid the ‘firebreak’ coronavirus restrictions.
Sales of premium own-label lines increased £56m across the UK, while shoppers also snapped up home luxuries such as scented candles, potpourri and essential oils for diffusers, which jumped 29% year on year.
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