The global pandemic has revealed a series of contradictory tensions among Canadian consumers—66% are cooking more meals at home than the previous year, but we’re also ordering in more than ever.
In The conflicted consumer: 2021 food consumer survey, the first of the article series on the future of the food in a post-pandemic world, Deloitte explores the tensions that are driving Canadian consumer behaviours and trends, along with the resulting effect on food and grocery retailers. The findings are based on a survey of more than 1,000 Canadian consumers across age groups, financial situations, and geographic regions.
Read the report to explore what the future of food looks like in Canada. For any questions, please reach out to Marty Weintraub directly.