Over the years, The Philippines has seen a tremendous growth in the numbers of convenience store formats. Many researches have stated that convenience store channel is the fastest growing retail format in the country. Moreover, a report by Maybank ATR Kim Eng last year predicted that by the end of 2015, the isles nation saw the opening of a combined total of at least 100 new outlets across the country. So, along with this amazing development, Snapcart is looking into the behaviors of Filipino convenience store shoppers. Through our real-time shopping receipts data and surveys, the following are the answers to the questions like who are the Filipno convenience store shoppers? What do they buy? And what are their convenience store brands of choice?
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