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Innovate Business Models

Off Premise Locations Should Focus On How To Keep Up With The Continued Increase In Online Shopping Use - As 30% Of US Consumers Expect To Shop More Online And Less In Store Post-Crisis. In Addition, Off Premise Locations Should Improve Upon Contactless Payment Options: 27% Expect To Retain Heightened Use Of Contactless Payment After The Crisis Ends


Alleviate Concerns With Safe Practices

On Premise Locations Shouldn’t Be Too Optimistic About Customers Returning There Once The Curve Finally Flattens. Just 40% Of Consumers Say They Will Return On Premise Within A Month When The Infection Rate Decreases. Take This As An Opportunity To Draw Attention To Safety Steps Being Taken So When Consumer Return They Know Their Safety Is Priority Number One.


Specific  Insights, Sales Trends, Success Stories, CSR & Current Social Campaigns

C-Store Alcohol Sales Up

How Covid-19 Has Changed Online Grocery Shopping for Good

Will Online Shopping Be the Norm Post-Coronavirus?

U.S. Consumers Will Want More From C-Stores

Online Grocery Sales to Grow

40% in 2020

Traffic at Walmart, Costco and Target Falls for the First Time

The Impact of Covid-19 on U.S. Brands and Retailers

The Numerator Shopping Behavior Index to Monitor Covid-19 Impact

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