46% of consumers said that they were not part of any loyalty scheme, while 47% said that they are enrolled in a loyalty scheme with a supermarket or other retailer



Stat: 46% of consumers said that they were not part of any loyalty scheme, while 47% said that they are enrolled in a loyalty scheme with a supermarket or other retailer

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