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Food waste is a huge issue and hot topic these days. From companies and consumers finding use for “ugly produce” to grocers and restaurants creating systems for donating excess food, the desire to be a more conscious consumers or business is universal. But what about non-food waste, are consumers making an effort in this area as well? In a recent SupermarketGuru.com quick poll we set out to see if consumers were concerned about non-food waste and what they were doing about it.
SupermarketGuru hosted a quick poll with our consumer panel throughout the month of December to find out what kinds of changes to eating habits people will be making in this new year. Here’s what we discovered.
Sixty-two percent say they would like foods and beverages customized to their taste.
Our consumer panel tells us about how they deal with kitchen fails, where they find recipes, and what side dishes they love the most.
In a new survey fielded by SupermarketGuru.com, U.S. adults express their views on grocerants, their visit frequency and eating patterns out-of-home.
Our exclusive survey shows shopper demand jumps for supermarket savings, speed, special requests and dietitian presence – for starters.
Get the first look at the results from a SupermarketGuru Quick Poll all about preparing food at home, the reasons for doing so, and the reasons for not.
In the end, experiences trump possession of material goods in prime gifting period.
Past Research Articles
- Coupon Usage Down From Last Year
- Get on board with local foods: NGA-SG study
- Among store appeals, savings still count: NGA-SG study
- Nutritionists, dietitians can deliver clarifying edge: NGA-SG study
- Taste gains on health as fresh-food driver: NGA-SG study
- Store switching looms: NGA-SG consumer study
- 85 Percent of Consumers Believe No Benefit from Serving Size Limits
- 70% of Shoppers Have Recently Purchased Gluten Free
- Men Gaining Health Confidence in the Supermarket: 50% say they purchase fruits and vegetables for their household
- Spicing Up Shopping Carts: 80% use spices every day