The consumption index for Brazilian households, calculated by Abras (Brazilian Supermarket Association), ended the first half of the year with an increase of 2.20%.
Comparing June to May, the indicator increased by 0.10%. In terms of June 2021, the peak is 6.03%. All indicators are deflated with the IPCA (National Wide Consumer Price Index), measured by IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics).
According to Abras, consumers opted for supermarket private label products with prices 20% to 30% lower, preferred low-priced packaging or those with higher added value, and found a variety of brands on the . . .