Grand Rapids-based Meijer is revealing how shopping habits and lifestyles have changed among shoppers more than a year into the pandemic.
Demand for home delivery and pickup services, grab-and-go meals, and the use of self-scanners were among the top trends from the height of shutdowns to overall changes in lifestyle with more people working at home.
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Meijer said delivery and pickup services doubled in the last