Panel SA: Brazilians are among those who most increased spending on supermarkets, says research


Brazilians are among those who most increased spending on supermarkets in the last 12 months, according to a survey carried out by Worldplay in five countries on consumer behavior.

Around here, almost 70% of people spent more than in the previous 12 months. On the average of the five countries surveyed, which include the United Kingdom, Singapore, Australia and the United States, half of respondents said they had increased spending on supermarkets, according to the survey, carried out with 4,000 people between July and August 2021.

Spending on eating and drinking outside the home, on the other hand, remains at a lower level in the five countries, even with the relaxation of the pandemic restrictions. In Brazil, 57% of respondents say that this was the category in which they spent the least in the last 12 months. But for the next year, around 40% intend to invest more in this, in addition to travel.

The study, which also analyzed forms of payment, concluded that more than half of Brazilians are likely to pay in installments for purchases between R$1,350 and R$5,400.

The installment payment for items above US$1,000 is more common in Singapore, by half of the consumers. In Brazil, the percentage drops to 40%.

with Mariana Grazini e Andressa Motter


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