87% of French individuals say they’ve lowered meals waste | EUROtoday

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FFaced with hovering costs, consumption habits are altering. According to the Cetelem/Harris interactive barometer printed this Monday, February 5 by France Inter, many French individuals could have tailored in 2023 to deal with inflation. 87% of them say they’ve lowered their meals waste. The overwhelming majority of French individuals surveyed, i.e. 79%, additionally say they use promotions and low costs extra.

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Still in line with this barometer, 44% of French individuals have additionally needed to scale back their meals spending in 2023. Another worrying determine: 41% of them even admit to consuming lower than previously. On the leisure facet, habits are additionally altering: 65% of French individuals have already given up on associated bills. 59% have disadvantaged themselves of vacation-related bills.

All Europeans involved

Inflation and the drop in buying energy that may outcome from it don’t solely have an effect on France. The examine, carried out in November 2023 in ten European nations, attests to this: 88% of Europeans surveyed famous a rise in costs final 12 months. For 87% of them, inflation is a very powerful concern. “It is in Portugal and France that the feeling is the most negative, with 58% and 55% respectively of those questioned saying that their purchasing power has decreased”, in line with the survey cited by France Bleu.