MAPS: See how much additional revenue grocery stores across Texas have made since the coronavirus outbreak
While the economy collapses amid the coronavirus pandemic, grocery stores are booming with business.
As the coronavirus outbreak grew in the United States, shelves were emptied as many panicked Americans began shopping for food.
Womply, a marketing and customer relationship management software company, reports a 27% increase in average revenue compared to the same week in 2019 across grocery stores in Texas.
The figures used are based on credit card transaction data from local businesses.
A map shows could grocery stores in different counties of Texas are doing financially in comparison to last year.
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