February U.S. eGrocery Sales Total $7.9 Billion, Down 10% versus Year Ago

March 18, 2024 Brick Meets Click

The U.S. online grocery market finished February with total monthly sales of $7.9 billion, down 10.5% compared to 2023, according to the most recent Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopper Survey fielded February 28-29, 2024. Lower average order values (AOV) were the central catalyst driving the downward year-over-year sales trends as Ship-to-Home dropped 15.4% and Pickup fell 12.8%. Delivery, the only method to expand sales, was up 4.7%, aided by a strong rebound in monthly active users (MAUs) versus last year. 

“What Lies Ahead for E-Commerce?” OPS 2021 Education Session Announcement

August 26, 2021 Organic Produce Summit

The growth of online/direct-to-consumer purchasing and the opportunities for organic fresh produce companies to play an increasing role in its future will be the subject of the fourth educational session at the Organic Produce Summit, next month in Monterey, CA. “What Lies Ahead for E-Commerce?,” will examine how companies are having to develop a new playbook for acquiring additional consumers, building loyalty, and driving sales.

Online Grocery Now Accounts for Over 6% of U.S. Grocery Spending

September 16, 2019 Brick Meets Click

Online grocery sales have grown during 2019 over 15% on a year-over-year basis and now account for 6.3% of total grocery-related spending by households in the US, according to Brick Meets Click’s just released analysis on the state of the US eGrocery market.

Price Comparisons Show Supermarket Weekly TPRs Often Beat Aldi and Lidl EDLPs

March 21, 2019 Brick Meets Click

To win against Aldi and Lidl, supermarkets need to change their traditional approach to competing against hard discounters and embrace new strategies that leverage their strengths, according to Bill Bishop, Chief Architect of Brick Meets Click. Bishop presented this guidance last month at the 2019 NGA convention in San Diego, CA.

Online Grocery Sales in the US to Grow 15% in 2019

December 21, 2018 Brick Meets Click

U.S. consumer spending online for groceries is forecasted to grow 15% versus the prior year, increasing the overall share captured by online in 2019 to 6.3%; however, providers that offer delivery and pickup are expected to grow their online sales between 25 percent and 30 percent, according to Brick Meets Click.