Sunday, 13 March 2016

Interesting Statistics On Meat Consumption

Roy Morgan research has revealed that the proportion of Australian grocery buyers purchasing their fresh meat at the butchers has declined over the last 3 years. The overall meat market is declining although butchers are the most affected.

Butchers still hold a significant share of the total fresh meat market with a higher average weekly spend than supermarkets - $37 versus $27 for Woolworths and $25 for Coles. According to the survey meat purchased at markets and delicatessens came in at $34 in an average seven days.

More details on the research can be found here -