The survey was conducted among almost 6,000 consumers from France, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, and Spain
Ecommerce News has found that 56% of European respondents buy online three or more products per month during the pandemic.
Over a quarter of Europeans will remain shopping more than they did before the COVID-19’s outbreak.
As to pre-pandemic times, 43% of European consumers bought three or more products per month online.
The study shows that especially the number of online shoppers ordering between 6 and 10 products per month has changed: from 10% to 17%.
Meanwhile, the number of online shoppers ordering between 11 and 20 products per month has even doubled.
We’ve reported that Brits are planning to spend an average of £195 each on the high street on post-lockdown treats, equating to £9.3 billion.