In numbers: How coronavirus transformed grocery retail in three months

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Kantar’s latest grocery figures paint a full picture of a three-month period that has rapidly changed the face of food retailing. Retail Week analyses some of the key lessons from lockdown for the grocery sector.

Kantar today published the latest grocery market share data covering the full 12-week period of the coronavirus lockdown.

The figures paint a stark picture and reveal an industry and consumer that have been radically altered by the pandemic.

The data points from the latest figures highlight not only where the grocery sector has been, but also give indications of where it is might go as lockdown measures continue to be eased.

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