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June U.S. eGrocery Sales Total $7.2 Billion, up 6% Versus Prior Year

Total U.S. online grocery sales in June climbed 6% year over year to $7.2 billion, and for the second quarter, eGrocery posted $22.4 billion in sales, a gain of 1% gain compared to 2Q 2021, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded June 29-30, 2022.

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Pride Month at Mercatus

More than talking the talk, Mercatus is walking the walk with Pride Month activities that offer the chance to learn, support and celebrate the LGBTQIA2S+ community.

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May U.S. eGrocery Sales Up Almost 2% Versus Last Year to $7.1 Billion

Total online grocery sales finished the month of May at $7.1 billion, 1.7% higher versus a year ago, as inflation is motivating many customers to adapt where and how they shop online for groceries, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey fielded May 28-29, 2022.

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Top-Quartile Grocery Stores Generate Weekly Online Sales 6x Higher

Conventional grocery stores in the top-performing quartile generated average weekly online grocery sales of $43,895, 6.3 times higher than the median sales of $6,934 for rest of the stores, according to the Brick Meets Click eGrocery Performance Benchmarking 2021 Wave. 

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Kowalski’s On The Go Introduces Enhanced Online Grocery Experience Provided by Mercatus

Kowalski’s Markets, a family-owned grocery retailer with 11 stores based in Woodbury, Minnesota, and Mercatus, a leading provider of grocery eCommerce solutions, announced that Kowalski’s has successfully launched its new, more refined online grocery experience.

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April U.S. eGrocery Sales Drop Nearly 4% Versus Last Year to $8.1 Billion

April online grocery sales pulled back 3.8% versus last year, finishing at $8.1 billion, as total order volume dropped 5.8% driven by lower order frequency and a slightly smaller monthly active user (MAU) base, according to the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey.

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Online grocery sales rise in May versus year ago

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Supermarket News

U.S. e-grocery sales trend down again in May

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Winsight Grocery Business

Is Inflation Causing Consumers to Choose Pickup Over Delivery?

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Supermarket Perimeter

Online grocery sales up 1.7% in May

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Online grocery sales bump up in May as inflation benefits mass retailers

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brick meets click

Total U.S. eGrocery Sales for May 2022 Up Almost 2% Versus Last Year to $7.1 Billion

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