The pandemic has changed the way people shop for groceries

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Before the pandemic, 84%of US adults shopped for groceries in stores, but as of June 2021, that number's slipped down to 70%. Expanded ecommerce options from retailers like Walmart, Amazon, and Albertsons Companies have contributed to the 16% of US adults who said they now shop for groceries mostly digitally and the 12% who said they shop both digitally and in-store equally.