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More people shopping groceries online

The trend to shop for groceries online has surged locally since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Polling of Americans found that nearly 80 percent had shopped online for groceries since March compared to 39 percent before the pandemic, according to Supermarket News.com. Local supermarkets, like Stodola's IGA in Luxemburg, have jumped on the digital bandwagon this year. Store Manager Alex Stodola says implementing the new service has been running smoothly. He anticipates customers to continue to utilize electronic shopping well into the future. 

 


Stodola says the rollout of the store's online shopping service took over a year to implement but started at an opportune time for consumers and the store. Over half of the respondents to the Supermarket News poll said they shop for groceries online more often now than before the pandemic. 

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