Grocery shopping frequency among U.S. households by gender 2017

This statistic features the results of an online survey conducted in 2017. among U.S. household primary shoppers who were asked how often they go grocery shopping in a store. The findings indicate that 36 percent of male consumers went grocery shopping two to three times a week, while the same was true for 28 percent of responding women.

In-store grocery shopping frequency of U.S. households in 2017, by gender

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Release date

March 2017


United States

Survey time period

February 6 to 8, 2017

Number of respondents

1,455 respondents

Age group

18-69 years

Special properties

U.S. adult primary household grocery shoppers

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

The original question ran as follows: "How often have you gone shopping for grocery items in a store?"
Percentage points not equal to 100 percent are probably due to rounding.

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