According to the report, nine out of 10 Spanish consumers plan milk, vegetables and fruit purchases in advance of visiting supermarkets, followed by fresh fish, fresh meat and eggs.
Fruit works well as an indulgence category, Aldi said, with shoppers eager to discover new flavours.
Interest Decreases In Meat And Bread
Interest in fresh meat and bread decreased last year, with the report indicating that these categories are bought less in terms of quantity and frequency compared to the previous year.
According to Aldi, restrictions in the hospitality sector in 2020 altered consumer tendencies around meat and bread consumption, with families were forced to consume more meat at home.
In terms of cost and weight, Spanish ham is the category families spend the most money on, followed by cherries, watermelon, potatoes, hake and whiting, and sheep and poultry meat.
The products were sourced in Andalusia, the Region of Murcia, the Valencian Community, Catalonia, the Basque Country and Extremadura.