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More than €540 million will be spent on food this Christmas, survey shows

The Webloyalty report shows that 41% of people will do their shopping in store only

7th December, 2015
Christmas turkey Pic: Pixabay

More than €540 million will be spent on food this Christmas with two-fifths of people still preferring to do their entire grocery shopping in store compared to five per cent who will do it all online, a new report found.

The report, by e-commerce partner Webloyalty, found that €543.9 million will be spent on food over the festive season, an increase of €34.2 million on last year, with nearly half of those surveyed planning to...

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