COVID-19 reports

Access our in-depth Coronavirus (COVID-19) insight reports. The insights in this section cover the whole food and grocery supply chain from manufacturing and logistics to retailing and the shopper perspective.



The latest from the Shoppers of Our Time community on health, food and the future as we look to the end of lockdown
How have shopper habits and attitudes adapted to the recent lockdown?
See how shoppers' focus on Christmas and the new vaccine in December is helping to maintain confidence ahead of a national lockdown in England.
We look at the impact of COVID-19 on our five UK convenience trends we identified for 2020, using case studies and the latest ShopperVista convenience channel insight for inspiration.
At the end of lockdown 2.0 we explore the latest insight on shopper behaviour looking at changing channel usage, number of channels and stores used, channels mainly used, changing shopping missions and store choice drivers.
Half-way through the second national lockdown we explore the five recent changes in shopper behaviour we have seen in our ShopperVista data looking at changing shopping missions, changing channel usage (online, convenience, larger stores, food and variety discount and food-to-go) store choice drivers, number of stores and channels used and those channels mainly used.
Six months ago we shared a series of hypotheses focused around how retail, society and shoppers could be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. With many countries continuing to feel its impacts, we have revisited our expectations and outlook for the next six months.
Understand current and planned stockpiling of food and groceries, overall and at a category level, as a result of COVID-19. Results are from 25-27 September 2020.
As a result of local lockdowns this report highlights the latest trends in shopper behaviour in the last 4 weeks to see if shopper behaviour has been impacted.
This report compares 13 c-store retailers exploring shopper profiles, how they shop, what matters to them and changes due to COVID-19