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Future-proof your business now to win with shoppers in 2025.
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Shoppers of the Future
Opinion-leading, health aware and socially conscious: meet the shoppers of the future
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Three key questions answered by our research
What will be the key shopper trends?
What will this mean for retailers and manufacturers?
How can you capitalise on the opportunities?
Shoppers of the future will:
Be time optimisers
The grocery shopping experience will have to work harder so shoppers can optimise and make the most of their time
Be more health conscious
Health and wellbeing will grow in importance with subtle differences owing to individual motivations
Be more individual
The shopper of the future will be open to a more personalised food and grocery experience, but only if there is a clear benefit to them with minimal effort
Be more experimental
Shoppers in the future will increasingly experiment with their shopping and meal preparation to broaden their repertoires
Be more socially conscious
Shoppers will want to make sustainable and ethical choices, but only if other needs are also satisfied (e.g. price, availability, quality). Companies will have to respond as shoppers redefine the rules of the game
Our research with today's shoppers has found that
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Shopper Insight Manager
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Director of Insight