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These Are the Items That Are Selling Out as COVID Surges, Research Shows

Best Life Logo By Zachary Mack of Best Life | Slide 1 of 9: The early days of the coronavirus pandemic saw a major rush on certain products, making it harder than ever to come across basic necessities such as toilet paper or Lysol wipes. Now, as COVID numbers are surging above the previous record highs set over the summer, new research indicates that shoppers are preparing to hit the stores hard once again to make sure their homes don't run short on the things they need to get by. Read on for more on which items are selling out as COVID surges, and for another product that's disappearing for different reasons, find out why Petco Just Took This Controversial Product Off Its Shelves.A recent survey conducted by data services company Inmar Intelligence, published on Oct. 27, found that shoppers have learned from the difficult days when the novel coronavirus first began closing businesses and keeping people at home. Their report shows that 57 percent of respondents say that they plan to replenish the stockpiles they started in spring—and they shared what in particular they're buying up."The survey results indicate that a majority of shoppers are likely to make their way into grocery stores to stockpile goods," David Mounts, Inmar Chairman and CEO, said in a statement. "As we enter one of the busiest shopping seasons, it will be important for retailers not only to prepare for this new surge in demand but also deliver value to customers during this time of crisis in order to maintain heightened trust and customer loyalty."So which items did respondents say they were planning on buying in bulk? Read on to find out, counting down to the most common response. And for more on things you won't see in the store anytime soon, check out Nordstrom Just Became the First Retailer to Ban These Products.Read the original article on Best Life.

These Are the Items That Are Selling Out as COVID Surges, Research Shows

The early days of the coronavirus pandemic saw a major rush on certain products, making it harder than ever to come across basic necessities such as toilet paper or Lysol wipes. Now, as COVID numbers are surging above the previous record highs set over the summer, new research indicates that shoppers are preparing to hit the stores hard once again to make sure their homes don't run short on the things they need to get by. Read on for more on which items are selling out as COVID surges, and for another product that's disappearing for different reasons, find out why Petco Just Took This Controversial Product Off Its Shelves.

A recent survey conducted by data services company Inmar Intelligence, published on Oct. 27, found that shoppers have learned from the difficult days when the novel coronavirus first began closing businesses and keeping people at home. Their report shows that 57 percent of respondents say that they plan to replenish the stockpiles they started in spring—and they shared what in particular they're buying up.

"The survey results indicate that a majority of shoppers are likely to make their way into grocery stores to stockpile goods," David Mounts, Inmar Chairman and CEO, said in a statement. "As we enter one of the busiest shopping seasons, it will be important for retailers not only to prepare for this new surge in demand but also deliver value to customers during this time of crisis in order to maintain heightened trust and customer loyalty."

So which items did respondents say they were planning on buying in bulk? Read on to find out, counting down to the most common response. And for more on things you won't see in the store anytime soon, check out Nordstrom Just Became the First Retailer to Ban These Products.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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