COVID-19: Changing consumer behaviours in lockdown
April 1, 2020
The public has become increasingly focused on health and wellness as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, with two thirds (66%) of adults saying they are now taking precautions to protect long term health, such as changing what they eat and drink and how frequently they exercise, new research from CGA reveals.
With Britain’s pubs, bars and restaurants shut down, the nation’s drinking patterns have also changed as a result, with almost a quarter of the population (24%) buying alcohol online in the past two weeks, and with more planning to in the coming weeks.
From the blog:
- Health and fitness move up the nation’s priority list, latest consumer poll finds
- Britain’s drinking habits are changing under lockdown