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A tenner a household: a small price for big benefits
Science of picky shoppers
Place-based research recognised with prestigious award
March Roundtable addresses transformation of retail
Transcript: Shayne Elliott with Gareth Parker – 6PR 9 March
First COVID-19 lockdown cost UK hospitality and high street £45 billion in turnover, researchers estimate
Eyebye: Sweeping glances can cost you money
COVID-19 may bring an end to big shopping holidays
Emerging adults are struggling with food insecurity during COVID-19 pandemic
Buying lots of soft drink linked to low socio-economic status and unhealthier food choices
Households buying high volumes of sugary or diet soft drinks linked to low socio-economic status and less healthy
Robust ABS Preliminary Retail Trade Figures for July continue to be driven by government stimulus
ABS May Retail Trade Figures Confirm Spending Spike with Eased Restrictions
Appetite for fast fashion goes out of style when people learn about impact of mass-produced clothing, study shows
Platform empowers users to control their personal data
For rent: is future of fashion shared?
Consumers post-Covid-19
ABS Preliminary Retail Trade Figures for April Down 18% and 9% YoY
Life in Lockdown: Record Numbers Go Online for Essentials and Experiences
Australian retail and foodservice during Covid-19
Why Restarting Global Economy Won’t be Easy
Abs March retail trade figures elevated by increased essential shopping, but confirm pandemic pain
How COVID-19 is reshaping consumer behaviour
Restoring consumer confidence
Cash support for food redistribution during coronavirus outbreak
Australia won’t go hungry while our farmers have our backs
Korean consumers anticipating arrival of new season Australian table grapes
Small businesses a majority, but treated as a minority – Research