retail news in context, analysis with attitude, which offers online coupons to consumers, is out with a Harris Interactive survey saying that "15 percent of U.S. adults have shopped for groceries online. An additional 19 percent said they don’t currently, but plan to in the future ... . In fact, nearly four-in-ten (39 percent) of U.S. adults wish their local grocery store offered a delivery service."

The survey results suggest that 65 percent of respondents said that ordering groceries online would save time, 56 percent said it would make them less likely to make impulse purchases, 41 percent said it would help them save money, 38 percent said it would help them plan menus in advance, and 36 percent said that ordering online would help them eat healthier.
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