I’m Clinton Griffiths with today’s AgDay Minute.
People are apparently buying a lot more bagged potatoes. The Idaho Potato Commission reporting people are buying more of the 8 pound, 10 pound, and even 15 pound-plus bags more than the category leader, the 5-pound bag. A spokesperson saying they are continuing to see a shift towards consumers preferring a packaged product. He also believes people who might be feeling the financial pinch from the pandemic are looking for value and that’s why they’re buying larger-sized bags.
Another new study about the pandemic says 27-percent of millennials are saving more money right now. The study was done by The Manifest, a how-to website. The study, also said 41 percent of millennials are saving the exact same amount as they did before COVID-19 hit. Experts say with student loan payments on pause for many millennials they are moving back home, and have been shifting where they spend their money, but the bulk of their expenses still go to housing.
Have a boss you like? Here’s a way to keep on their good side. Coke is giving away a year’s supply of Diet Coke, complete with a mini-fridge, all to one lucky boss. You have until November 16 to nominate your boss at dietcok.com/boss day. The only requirement is it has to be someone who has quote “Gone beyond the call of duty to take on all that 2020 has entailed like a true boss.”
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