As the cost of living continues to rise in the UK and around the globe, the general public is responding by becoming more saving-savvy than ever. Retailers have been keen to adapt to this increased consumer need for deals, with
Britain’s iconic high street has faced many challenges over the years, none greater than the coronavirus pandemic. But its resilience and chameleon-like ability to change has meant that despite devastating losses it is far from being lost.
93% of UK shoppers have struggled to find the products they need during lockdown, comparison website shows
A survey of 1,646 adults compiled by YouGov, delving into people’s shopping habits since lockdown began, has revealed how often people have been visiting different types of shops to get their essentials, and if frequency has changed since lockdown started.