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Online grocery shoppers spend more than in-store shoppers

Australians who shop for groceries online spend more than shoppers at bricks-and-mortar stores, Roy Morgan has found. Although online grocery shoppers remain a small minority – for now – they’re a lucrative one for both Coles and Woolworths. This is the finding of Roy Morgan’s latest report ‘People who have …

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Woolworths and Aldi grew grocery market share in 2018

Woolworths has extended its lead as Australia’s top grocery retailer after increasing its share of Australia’s total grocery market. Its share is now 34 per cent, up 1.4 percentage points (ppts), according to Roy Morgan’s latest survey data. Aldi had a good year too, growing its market share to 11.4 …

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Spread bet – butter winning out against margarine

Aussies are increasingly choosing butter over margarine, while other spreads, including butter-blend and dairy spreads, are also increasing in popularity. This is one of the findings from Roy Morgan’s latest research in the 12 months to December 2018. According to Roy Morgan, more than 12.3 million Australians buy butter, margarine …

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January trade figures ‘softer’ than forecast, says ARA

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) says the January 2019 trade figures have fallen short of forecasts, indicating “conservative” post-Christmas trade. The figures, which the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released on Friday, show a 2.66 per cent total growth year-on-year. ARA Executive Director Russell Zimmerman said: “As we forecasted a …

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Foodland is Roy Morgan Supermarket of the Year – again

Foodland has won Roy Morgan’s Supermarket of the Year for 2018, “rated as having the most satisfied supermarket customers Australia-wide”. It won the same award last year, making it a stunning double for the independent South Australian supermarket. The Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards are now in their eighth year. …

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Mineral water, mate? Fewer Aussies drinking alcohol

The proportion of Australians drinking alcohol has fallen in the past five years, according to new research. Roy Morgan’s ‘Alcohol Consumption Currency Report September 2018’ found that, in an average four-week period, 67.9 per cent of the Australian population aged 18 years and over consume at least one type of …

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Aussies can’t get enough of Australian-made

A growing number of Australians say they’re more likely to buy Australian-made goods, according to a new survey. New data from Roy Morgan found that nine in ten (90 per cent) of respondents aged 14-plus said that Australian-made meant they were more inclined to buy. This figure is up from …

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Woolworths and Aldi lead supermarket dominance in fresh food

Supermarkets are continuing to tighten their grip on the fresh food market, with Woolworths and Aldi showing the biggest gains. These are some of the findings from Roy Morgan’s ‘Supermarket & Fresh Food Currency Report – September 2018’. It’s based on in-depth face-to-face interviews with more than 50,000 consumers per …

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