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Consumers Are Stocking Up Again Amid COVID, Political Unrest Fears

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first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Consumers Are Stocking Up Again Amid COVID, Political Unrest Fears SHARE By NAFB News Service – Oct 28, 2020 Facebook Twitter SHARE Americans are again stocking up the pantry over supply chain, coronavirus and political unrest fears. In a report from industry publication Progressive Grocer, research shows more than half of Americans say they’re stockpiling groceries or plan to stockpile.The research cites worries about supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19 surges and political unrest amid the presidential election.Industry leaders are urging retailers to prepare for a rise in shoppers.“It will be choppy for months to come as we all deal with the volatility and as things change,” said Walmart CEO Doug McMiIlon.Roughly 52 percent of Americans plan to stockpile this fall, according to data from the Sports and Leisure Research Group.Additionally, 38 percent of consumers stocked up at the beginning of the pandemic and would do so again with a new shutdown, while 15 percent of consumers didn’t stock up earlier this year, but would do so if there’s a new shutdown. Facebook Twitter Consumers Are Stocking Up Again Amid COVID, Political Unrest Fears Previous articleIndiana State Climate Office Provides Winter OutlookNext articleCommentary: The Importance of Red Meat Exports to Corn Farmers NAFB News Servicelast_img


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