How the Pandemic Changed Our Impulse Buying

Before Covid, waiting in line at the supermarket checkout, we saw bins filled with Twix candy bars and Bubble Yum gum that were hard to resist. But during the past year, shopping from home, we faced none of those temptations. We’ve become a different kind of impulse buyer. Impulse Buying. Our grocery shopping has changed. One study of 8,000 consumers indicated that 61 percent of us were buying more online than before the pandemic ….[READ]