Portuguese spent 32.4 million Euros per day at the supermarket


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Total food retail sales grew by 9.6% in 2022 to 11,821 million euros. This is 1036 million more than the previous year, despite the contraction in consumption.

The year 2022 marks a new period of growth in FMCG sales, on the back of rising inflation. The Scantrends data from NielsenIQ show that, in total, the Portuguese spent 11.821 billion euros in super and hypermarkets, an increase of 9.6% over the previous year, corresponding to 1036 million more. This means that stocking the pantry cost Portuguese families an average of 32.4 million euros a day.

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