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Online Grocery Shopping: What AmazonFresh & Others Aren't Telling You

The Pitch

The battle for online grocery shoppers is no longer just about online shopping; it’s about the total grocery market, which is more than $300 billion annually. Consumers are steadily moving away from brick-and-mortar shopping to buy groceries online. How do brands and retailers win in this space? This report provides a timely set of insights based on passively tracked consumer behaviors on computers and mobile devices over a 19-month time period. The distinct benefit of using behavioral data (instead of survey-based, self-reported data) sets this report apart for its unfiltered truth about consumer shopping behaviors in this emerging space.

The trends covered in this report are often “hidden” and nearly impossible to come by through traditional research. More importantly, most online grocery services don’t offer access to data about their own platform. Brands rushing to take advantage of online grocery shopping have limited visibility into what works and what doesn’t within these individual “walled gardens.” This report is a first of its kind in pulling back the curtains to get the inside story of online-grocery shopping.

This report has a strong focus on AmazonFresh, which reflects business practices and strategies from its parent company, which represents 75% of all ecommerce in the U.S. This report paves ways to better understand and optimize brands’ performance within the Amazon ecosystem. Brands and retailers can gain insights into what Amazon is doing that they may be missing.

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Purpose

Provide an industry-first look at how AmazonFresh and other leading grocery platforms are performing, how consumers shop in the online grocery environment, and what drives purchases. Develop "need-to-know" behavior-based insights for brands and retailers striving to capitalize on the rising ecommerce momentum.

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Luth Research’s ZQ Intelligence™ is a best-in-class technology and research platform for passively tracking consumer behaviors on computer, mobile phone, and tablet. It combines Luth’s online panel with proprietary web and mobile tracking technologies to correlate consumer actions and attitudes. This innovative technology empowers brands and businesses to passively track digital behaviors and activities, and trigger surveys in near real time based on digital activity.

More information about Luth's unique solution, see: https://luthresearch.com/digital-measurement/technology/zq-intelligence/

The data for this research is drawn from Luth’s ZQ Digital Behavior Panel tracking more than 100,000 consumers annually. The data covers a total of 1,105 online shoppers to Amazon Fresh, 2,100 Walmart Grocery shoppers, and 1,049 Instacart shoppers. The insights are derived from observations of shopping behaviors across a 19-month period, beginning January 1, 2016 and ending July 31, 2017.

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Luth Research’s ZQ Intelligence™ is a best-in-class technology and research platform for passively tracking consumer behaviors on computer, mobile phone, and tablet. It combines Luth’s online panel with proprietary web and mobile-tracking technologies to correlate consumer actions and attitudes. This innovative technology empowers brands and businesses to passively track digital behaviors and activities, and trigger surveys in near real time based on digital activity.

For more information, see: https://luthresearch.com/digital-measurement/technology/zq-intelligence/

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The Pitch

The battle for online grocery shoppers is no longer just about online shopping; it’s about the total grocery market, which is more than $300 billion annually. Consumers are steadily moving away from brick-and-mortar shopping to buy groceries online. How do brands and retailers win in this space? This report provides a timely set of insights based on passively tracked consumer behaviors on computers and mobile devices over a 19-month time period. The distinct benefit of using behavioral data (instead of survey-based, self-reported data) sets this report apart for its unfiltered truth about consumer shopping behaviors in this emerging space.

The trends covered in this report are often “hidden” and nearly impossible to come by through traditional research. More importantly, most online grocery services don’t offer access to data about their own platform. Brands rushing to take advantage of online grocery shopping have limited visibility into what works and what doesn’t within these individual “walled gardens.” This report is a first of its kind in pulling back the curtains to get the inside story of online-grocery shopping.

This report has a strong focus on AmazonFresh, which reflects business practices and strategies from its parent company, which represents 75% of all ecommerce in the U.S. This report paves ways to better understand and optimize brands’ performance within the Amazon ecosystem. Brands and retailers can gain insights into what Amazon is doing that they may be missing.

Purchase Price: $9,500.00
Purchase this project