UK consumers spending more on groceries 2011-2015

Net percentage of consumers spending more on groceries in the United Kingdom (UK) from 4th quarter 2011 to 4th quarter 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2016
UK consumers spending more on groceries 2011-2015 This statistic shows the share of UK consumers spending more on groceries in the United Kingdom from 4th quarter 2011 to 4th quarter 2015. According to Deloitte's consumer tracker, consumer spending on groceries over the past three months of each quarter had increased. In quarter 4 of 2015, the net percentage of those spending more was up 20 percent.
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Net percentage of consumers spending more on groceries in the United Kingdom (UK) from 4th quarter 2011 to 4th quarter 2015

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