A study carried out on small neighborhood stores and convenience stores shows how the consumption of Colombian households has changed, in the midst of the pandemic that has caused Covid-19. This study was carried out by the firm Servinformación. The results of the study revealed that households are spending more on basic necessities, such as: dairy and bakery; displacing baskets of second necessities where we find products such as tobacco and cleaning products for the house. »They stand out in categories such as: powdered milk (+ 99%), packaged bread (+ 23%), cookies (+ 15%), margarines (+ 36%) and panela (+ 32%). Mainly as the most preferred categories in consumer purchasing actions, ”the report indicates. On the other hand, categories such as juices and nectars, bottled water, rice and laundry soap continue to curve downward, after these products were in high demand in the pre-Covid-19 era.

The average purchase ticket registers significant growth compared to February in the main cities of the country, in Bogotá there was a growth of 42%, in Medellín the variation was 54%, Pereira registered 46%, Cali had 58%, Barranquilla with 45% and the maximum was for the city of Bucaramanga with a 61%.

Via: https://www.elinformador.com.co/index.php/general/79-nacional/234979-colombianos-gastan-mas-en-pan-que-en-productos-de-aseo

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