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Holiday grocery shopping is a big business that keeps getting bigger, with grocery and beverage sales up 1.9 percent during the 2018 holiday season for a total of $130.5 billion.
And while non-traditional grocery retailers like Amazon, Whole Foods, and Walmart continue to break their grocery sales records over the holidays, turns out there’s still plenty of opportunity for the local grocer. According to a recent State of Grocery Report, close to 43 percent of shoppers surveyed do most of their holiday food shopping at their local store.
So how do you ensure shoppers look to your Hometown Proud IGA for their holiday shopping needs? Check out these tips from your fellow IGA retailers to create a memorable, fun, and convenient experience that keeps your shoppers coming back for more.
Or make your store a community hub by hosting visits from Santa, like Granite Falls IGA in Washington.