Consumption in Brazilian homes grows 2.59% in the quarter

The highest consumption variation in the quarter was registered in March, with a high of 6.58% compared to February. Compared to March 2021, the high is 2.41%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Consumption in Brazilian homes increased 2.59% in the first quarter of the year, according to the National Consumption Index of Brazilian Homes of the Brazilian Supermarket Association (Abras), released on May 12 by the entity. The highest consumption variation in the quarter was registered in March, with a high of 6.58% compared to February. Compared to March 2021, the high is 2.41%.

"The first quarter was marked by the search for stores that operate with lower prices and the purchase of supplies concentrated in the weeks close to the receipt of the salary . . .

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