Though by now few people can resist the convenience of shopping online, when it comes to stocking up on groceries, only 10 percent of American said they use ordering on the web as a replacement for some or all of their regular grocery store trips according to a new survey from Harris Poll. The stat was one of many from the recently released data showing that people’s online grocery habits may be a bit different than we think.
In fact, though a lot of us head to our computers instead of a brick and mortar store to buy stuff, groceries seem to be lagging a bit behind: The poll found that only 31 percent of 2,000 adults surveyed had bought any sort of food product online at all in the previous six months. Even among millennials, only 36 percent said they grabbed groceries online recently. I wonder if that includes using an app?! Millennials love using apps!