More than half of consumers buy cheaper grocery brands


According to the latest figures from information and insights provider Nielsen, just 22% of respondents now say they have spare cash once they’ve covered essential living expenses.
The data revealed that the number of European respondents who said they believe their country is in a recession remained at 75%, with only 11% saying they believed they’ll be out of recession in the next year. Consequently, the number of consumers changing their spending habits to save on household expenses rose from 65% to 67% in Q4.
The Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions, established in 2005, measures consumer confidence, major concerns and spending intentions among more than 29,000 internet consumers in 58 countries.



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