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VOICES – More shopping, less mobility?


COVID-19 has affected virtually every area of our lives. From the way we work to the way we go to the supermarket.  

In the last year we have seen a decrease in the time consumers spent shoppingwhile receipts have increased: we are buying the necessities and reducing the time we spend in supermarkets. We are essentially taking more shorter trips. 

Pedro Reig, director of Coto Consulting and of the Association of Supermarkets of the Valencian Community, explains how the shopping experience has changed since COVID-19 arrived in our lives. He also introduces us to terms that have been thought up during the pandemic, such as the hyper-hygienisation of consumption.