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Online Grocery Shopping: Identifying Change in Consumption Practices [chapter]

Jo Munson, Thanassis Tiropanis, Michelle Lowe
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper establishes that there have been changes in consumer behaviours in response to the unique opportunities and challenges of online grocery shopping and explores the specific socio-technical factors  ...  Despite the rapid growth of e-commerce, the online grocery shopping market has taken until now to gain traction, currently constituting 6.9% of the UK's grocery market, but projected to increase 68.3%  ...  Future work will also look at identifying and verifying changes in consumption in the wake of the mobile technologies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-70284-1_16 fatcat:b23kd2t2wnakvh4trxji2gswrm

Household pre-purchase practices and online grocery shopping

Ronan De Kervenoael, Alan Hallsworth, Jonathan Elms
2014 Journal of Consumer Behaviour  
We then suggest how intra-household communication flows in pre-purchase practices are redefined and re-established, and how, in the context of intra-household decision making, the cumulative effect of  ...  activities between household members will stimulate changes at field level.  ...  In a consumption-based society, even grocery shopping signifies lifestyle, prosperity and taste (Kapferer and Bastien, 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1002/cb.1484 fatcat:poic6z4gbff7zedob5d42pcw64

Shopping Cost and Brand Exploration in Online Grocery

Andrea Pozzi
2009 Social Science Research Network  
This paper studies differences in consumers' grocery shopping behavior when they shop online and in a brick-and-mortar store.  ...  in assessing quality of unknown items while shopping online.  ...  Purchasing grocery online is a time efficient way of shopping.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1499855 fatcat:agcyxrlxdrhj7pzaa7sdfg5lfm

WHY DO RETAIL CUSTOMERS HESITATE FOR SHOPPING GROCERY ONLINE?

Martin Klepek, Radka Bauerová
2020 Technological and Economic Development of Economy  
Novel reasons why people hesitate to shop online in this category were the time consumption where consumers perceived online shopping slow regarding order-delivery time gap and were reluctant to pay for  ...  researched negative attitudes toward online grocery shopping.  ...  We identified distrust in online shopping as a second most important repellent factor.  ... 
doi:10.3846/tede.2020.13970 fatcat:qm5ny7fuvjgh7fsojvm4aor3bq

Online grocery shopping: promise and pitfalls for healthier food and beverage purchases

Stephanie B Jilcott Pitts, Shu Wen Ng, Jonathan L Blitstein, Alison Gustafson, Mihai Niculescu
2018 Public Health Nutrition  
AbstractObjectives(i) To determine the current state of online grocery shopping, including individuals' motivations for shopping for groceries online and types of foods purchased; and (ii) to identify  ...  the potential promise and pitfalls that online grocery shopping may offer in relation to food and beverage purchases.DesignPubMed, ABI/INFORM and Google Scholar were searched to identify published research.SettingTo  ...  Grocery shopping in the 21st century is changing drastically, and one major element of this change is online grocery shopping (2) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1368980018002409 pmid:30338751 fatcat:xlujonawe5dcbjqf4n5v5cktri

The relative importance of healthy food labels when shopping for groceries online

Asle Fagerstrøm, Philip Richartz, Sanchit Pawar, Nils Magne Larsen, Valdimar Sigurdsson, Niklas Eriksson
2019 Procedia Computer Science  
This study investigates the relative importance of healthy food labels on the consumers' online choice of grocery.  ...  This study investigates the relative importance of healthy food labels on the consumers' online choice of grocery.  ...  Despite efforts to change their lifestyles, many consumers make unfortunate choices when it comes to shopping for groceries.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2019.12.217 fatcat:ufpi2fevszc75c23kce3mpqrwe

Online Grocery Shopping Around the World: Examples of Key Business Models

Jonathan Palmer, Jukka Kallio, Timo Saarinen, Markku Tinnila, Virpi Kristina Tuunainen, Eric van Heck
2000 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The grocery industry evolved from mom-and-pop stores to mega-markets to online grocery buying, with many different forms along the way. The global market for groceries in 2000 is over $2 trillion.  ...  Each has its own set of strengths and Communications of AIS Volume 4, Article 3 3 Online Grocery Shopping Around the World: Examples of Key Business Models by J. Palmer et al. weaknesses.  ...  The model for online grocers changed the focus of delivery from pallet-size connections between Communications of AIS Volume 4, Article 3 31 Online Grocery Shopping Around the World: Examples of Key Business  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.00403 fatcat:ylukkynzibbsfhbohxmuudtxb4

The Rise of Online Grocery Shopping in China: Which Brands Will Benefit?

Bernadette J. van Ewijk, Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp, Els Gijsbrechts
2020 Journal of International Marketing  
Online grocery in China is on the rise. With large differences in brands' abilities to secure a portion of China's online pie, a key question is what drives these differences.  ...  The authors derive how a brand's total sales change as the online grocery share goes up, and they show that it depends on two indices: (1) the brand's online index (brand's online category share relative  ...  ., the marginal change in total brand sales following a marginal increase in online grocery share) and identify under what conditions it will be positive.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1069031x20914265 fatcat:np6iqt5hgvcttkksvuo46jp53q

Trading-up on unmet expectations? Evaluating consumers' expectations in online premium grocery shopping logistics

Ronan de Kervenoael, Seda Yanık, Burcin Bozkaya, Mark Palmer, Alan Hallsworth
2015 International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications  
Current logistic practices regarding online grocery underplay demand-led models and conditions in large emerging markets metropolises such as Istanbul.  ...  grocery model (n=356) that integrates a novel view of home delivery (HD) in Istanbul.  ...  Increasingly, however, retailing is bound by, and interconnected with, rapidly changing local geography and consumption practices.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13675567.2015.1023186 fatcat:u7drmcsimvfxhhs7llokacpvse

Effects of Digital Food Labels on Healthy Food Choices in Online Grocery Shopping

Klaus L. Fuchs, Jie Lian, Leonard Michels, Simon Mayer, Enrico Toniato, Verena Tiefenbeck
2022 Nutrients  
identify nutritionally valuable products during grocery shopping have been found to be effective; however, they remain non-compulsory in most regions.  ...  Digital FoPL can provide scalable and personalized interventions, are easier to implement than physical labels, and are especially timely due to the recent increase in online grocery shopping.  ...  Acknowledgments: We want to thank the Laboratory for Experimental Research in Nuremberg (LERN) for supporting us in conducting the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nu14102044 fatcat:5nbcmqorardqhcnt5qbyxcz6qa

Online Grocery Shopping by NYC Public Housing Residents Using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Benefits: A Service Ecosystems Perspective

Nevin Cohen, Katherine Tomaino Fraser, Chloe Arnow, Michelle Mulcahy, Christophe Hille
2020 Sustainability  
Online shopping represented a small (2.4%) percentage of grocery spending.  ...  We conducted a survey (n = 206) and focus groups to understand shopping practices; FFC members collected receipts of groceries over two weeks before and after the pilot to measure foods purchased, stores  ...  It would take me a long time before I would change my habits completely to shop online." Online grocery shopping adds complexities to the existing routines of shopping.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12114694 fatcat:bvyrn332pfbr3lgmy4nlmflpbu

Online Grocery Retail: Revenue Models and Environmental Impact

Elena Belavina, Karan Girotra, Ashish Kabra
2017 Management science  
We build a stylized model that incorporates (i) customers with ongoing uncertain grocery needs and who choose between shopping offline or online and (ii) an online retailer that makes deliveries through  ...  Ceteris paribus, the per-order model is preferable for higher-margin retailers with higher-consumption product assortments that are sold in sparsely populated markets spread over large, irregular areas  ...  By making grocery shopping more convenient, online grocery retail could change customer buying patterns and thereby reduce food waste and its environmental consequences.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.2016.2430 fatcat:mn64gtiog5h7pk4xr3rpvadzlu

Quantifying Transaction Costs in Online/Off-line Grocery Channel Choice

Pradeep K. Chintagunta, Junhong Chu, Javier Cebollada
2012 Marketing science (Providence, R.I.)  
We find that transaction costs for grocery shopping can be sizable and play an important role in the choice between online and off-line channels.  ...  H ouseholds incur transaction costs when choosing among off-line stores for grocery purchases. They may incur additional transaction costs when buying groceries online versus off-line.  ...  The authors thank the editor in chief, the area editor, and two anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments and suggestions. The usual disclaimer applies.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mksc.1110.0678 fatcat:qzuafofnsreunmgub4pgdtoery

The Effects of Shelf Display on Online Grocery Choices

Els Breugelmans, Katia Campo, Els Gijsbrechts
2006 Social Science Research Network  
In this paper, we examine whether and how such shelf effects translate into an online grocery context.  ...  Research on shelf effects in traditional grocery stores has shown that a product's absolute and relative shelf position may strongly affect consumer choices.  ...  Absolute and relative shelf position was manipulated through changes in shelf arrangement: by brand or by flavor/type (in practice, the most commonly used arrangements).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.944397 fatcat:b2bls7nwsnbndnwsr7rhtqt4ae

Shelf sequence and proximity effects on online grocery choices

Els Breugelmans, Katia Campo, Els Gijsbrechts
2006 Marketing letters  
The Internet revolution has initiated a new era in which online shopping has become a well-accepted way to purchase products.  ...  The authors examine whether and how such shelf effects translate to an online grocery context.  ...  The authors are much indebted to the respondents who pretested the experimental design and those who participated in the research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11002-006-9002-x fatcat:i55wyln23zedxkim6vbgehimdu
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