Hamilton County Food and Drink Trends

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Hamilton County Food and Drink Trends

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A fresh look at Retail Sales Data from the Tennessee Department of Revenue finds that Total Retail Spending on Food and Drink (both Grocery Stores and Eating/Drinking Places) in Hamilton County increased by 11.7% from 2013 to 2017, the most recent full year available.

The good news for Eating and Drinking establishments is that the trend reveals a fundamental shift in consumer behavior , from spending more on Groceries (eating at home) to Dining Out – and in a very BIG way.

In 2013, consumers spent $704 Million at Eating and Drinking Places in Hamilton County. By 2017 that number was $877 Million – an increase of 24.5% over the five year period while Food Store sales were down slightly.

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Dean Tobler

Having worked as a media professional in Chattanooga since 1985, I specialize in market research and development of marketing programs that drive client business.

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