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  • Millennials don't plan their shopping
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Millennials don't plan their shopping

A 2014 study of shopping behaviours in the US showed that compared to Boomers and Gen X, Millennials approach grocery shopping on a spontaneous basis - an attitude that's expected to last them beyond their 20s. How can stores adapt to this complex behaviour?

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