There are many ways to shop for groceries. Research in the United Kingdom shows the most sustainable way to do this is by ordering online and have your food products delivered at home. However, this only accounts for supermarket deliveries. Package deliveries of groceries are the least sustainable way. Environmental researchers from the Radboud University Nijmegen conducted
Dutch e-commerce spendings totalled €25.8 billion in 2019. This is an increase of 7% compared to 2018. Laptop and desktop are still the most popular shopping devices while mobile shopping still increases. This is shown by research figures of Thuiswinkel.org, in association with GfK. For this first time in years. the Dutch e-commerce market did not grow with double digits.
Stuart Barker, Portfolio Director for IRX, shares insight from UK retailers on how they are managing their digital expansion The UK's e-commerce market is expected to continue to expand, with a forecast growth rate from 2019 to 2023 of 5.9 percent. As a result eCommerce businesses are rapidly growing their offering and expanding distribution in order to meet demand.
In many markets, Black Friday is now bigger than Christmas, shows data from a GfK POS study. The combination of Black Friday, Christmas and post-Christmas account for one-fifth of all annual sales. This is an increase of 6% compared to 2018. The study provides insight from 27,000 shoppers (aged 15+) about how shopping is evolving across FMCG, Tech and Durables and Other
Both online and brick-and-mortar consumers will be entitled to equal remedies in case they purchase faulty products. This is what new European guidelines agreed on last Tuesday. The new directive on the sale of goods aims to ensure a high level of consumer protection throughout the European Union. Its purpose is to create legal certainty for businesses wishing to sell their