Poles save even on barbecue.  They mainly buy meat and sausages for sale

According to the June poll, 36.6 percent. Poles spend an average of 50 to 100 zlotys on a one-time basis on food products for barbecue. In contrast, 30.8 percent. Of the respondents indicate the amount from 100 to 150 PLN, and 14.5 percent. From 150 to 200 PLN. Plus 7.8%. Of the respondents say about expenses up to PLN 50, 5 percent. Refers to the range from 200 to 250 PLN, 2.4 percent. – from 250 to 300, and 1.2 percent choose an amount over 300 PLN. However, it cannot specify the amount of 1.7 percent. Study participants. 1,269 adult consumers, responsible for daily shopping in their homes, were asked for their opinions.

– 67.4 percent of the country’s citizens spend an average of 50-150 zlotys on a barbecue. Expenses are comparable with those associated with preparing, for example, Sunday dinner at home. You can see that barbecue is common. In addition to the meal, it is also a way to spend time with the family in an attractive way, especially during warm weekends and holidays from work – commented economist Dr. Krzysztof Łuczak of the BLIX group.

As emphasized by Dr. Andrzej Maria Faliński, Vice President of the Forum for Economic Dialogue Association, these results demonstrate the diversity of our portfolios. In addition, grilling is usually done in a small group. So it’s hard to spend more money, unless it’s a garden food party. But these are usually small meetings. We also know from the survey if consumers plan to shop for promotions. As much as 89 percent of respondents were positive, and 3.4 percent. – Negation. In contrast, 7.5 percent. From the respondents it does not matter. However, 0.1 percent. Survey respondents do not remember shopping.

The study fully corroborates our current market observations that 8 out of 10 poles currently buy food products in promotions. This also applies to barbecue elements. Inflation makes the Poles carefully check the cost of individual goods. And they don’t buy it in a hurry – says Dr. Łuczak.

Respondents also indicated what they buy most often for barbecue. 83.6% of respondents chose meat (such as pork neck and chicken breasts) 82.5%. sausage and 73.6 percent. – Ketchup. According to Dr. Łuczak, these results are no surprise. Meat and sausages are traditional products that citizens eat during barbecue.

– Culturally, the Poles eat a lot of meat, because in the old days it was believed that it was associated with prosperity. Today, this trend is changing, and buyers are partially switching to plant products or trying such novelties that are widely available in stores – confirms Marcin Lenkiewicz, co-author of the study from the BLIX group.

In the next three places you can see bread – 65.5%, beer – 62.1%, and mustard – 54.5%. As Marcin Lenkiewicz points out, beer, as one of Poland’s largest consumer goods categories, is still very popular with shoppers. This part has been supported by novelties such as 0 percent versions. Often they become a substitute for other drinks. In addition, we know from the survey that respondents more often refer to vegetable and vegetable products – 6.8%, as well as fish – 12.3%.

Vegetable products and fish are certainly less popular because they are less associated with barbecue traditions. They remain new, and it will likely be a long time before these articles become popular. In addition, it is much more expensive and so far less available than sausage or pork neck – adds Dr. Krzysztof Łuczak.

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70.1 percent of Poles make their grocery list every time they buy food for the grill. In contrast, 28.8 percent. No, and 1.1 per cent. He does not remember whether or not he performed such an action. According to Dr. Faliński, the behavior of the majority is influenced, among other things, by the abundance of presentation in terms of main products and additives (spices, sauces, bread, vegetables, etc.), as well as matching dishes to your taste and the tastes of the guests. According to Marcin Linkewicz, Poles prepare grocery lists for barbecues because they want to control their expenses. They approach it very cautiously, often comparing offers between different establishments.

Creating shopping lists helps you buy more wisely, which also reduces food waste. Many Poles browse the Internet or promotional newsletters and on this basis decide to create specific shopping lists – emphasizes Dr. Łuczak.

Respondents, who were able to select several options, also presented the types of establishments at which they usually shop for barbecues. As much as 98.3 percent. Discounts have indications. Then there are supermarkets – 17.5 percent, local stores – 10.1 percent, and supermarkets – 8.2 percent. Moreover, respondents mentioned markets and bazaars – 6.2%, convenience chains – 2.5%, as well as cash and carry – 1%. However, for 1.1 percent. It does not matter, 0.20 percent. I don’t remember where to shop.

– Barbecue offers in different shapes are very similar. Shopping for such a meeting is a game of chance and results from getting used to the chain stores. This thesis is emphasized by the discount site as the most popular outlets of choice. Their position is strengthened by such advantages as a low price, manual filling of barbecue kits, as well as frequent promotions – summed up the vice-president of the EDF Association.

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