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Omnichannel Weekly: Trends in Consumption within Pantry Staples

Where do we see evidence of growing consumption? Grocery categories, in general, have struggled to generate repeat consumption–but some of them have broken through the digital barrier. Here is the latest view of categories winning the battle within ‘Pantry Staples’. Understanding this helps savvy brands navigate the ever-changing landscape of repeat sales.

Source: Reviate.com based on amazon.com performance in the last 30 days.

Successful vendors understand the importance of growing repeat orders and driving consumption. The leading categories shown here are examples to emulate. More insights are available at www.reviate.com, as well as a more detailed, free report on over 47,000+ product categories.

 

All data is compiled and reported by Reviate.
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