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20 Jul 5:10am

UK supermarkets’ online sales fall despite Euro 2020 alcohol surge

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Shoppers return to physical stores as restaurants, pubs and non-essential shops reopen Online grocery sales by UK supermarkets declined year on year for the first time ever in the four weeks to 11 July, as lockdown easing resulted in shoppers returning to physical stores and restaurants, bars, pubs and cafes were able to trade both indoors and outside. The reopening of most hospitality venues and non-essential shops led to a 2.6% year-on-year decline in online sales, as 81,000 fewer people chose to buy their groceries that way than in July 2020 when the UK was in full lockdown.
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