Grocery Sales Jump 36%, Bucking Declines In Consumer Packaged Goods

April was especially significant as the first full month in the U.S. that consumer shopping habits changed during COVID-19 lockdowns and stay-at-home orders. Spending on consumer packaged goods (CPG) plunged 8% last month from March, which was characterized by panic-buying and pantry-stocking, according to data compiled by researcher NCSolutions. …

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