62% of U.S. consumers say they'll stop buying from brands that engage in shrinkflation

  • 8 August 2022
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CPG brands cutting quantity or quality to bolster earnings are enraging customers. Nearly two-thirds of customers (62%) say they’ll stop buying from brands who do this, according to a new Gartner report. More than half of consumers (56%) reported seeing instances of shrinkflation (reducing size or quantity of packaged goods without reducing the price) in food and groceries. Skimpflation (using cheaper ingredients or components) was most prevalent in apparel and footwear, with 17% saying they noticed a drop in quality. 


More here: https://martech.org/brands-cost-cutting-moves-are-costing-them-customers/

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