Mother’s Day: consumer habits have changed

Mother’s Day: consumer habits have changed
Mother’s Day: consumer habits have changed

With the cost of living, consumption habits in view of Mother’s Day have changed, with more meals at home in particular.

A few days before Mother’s Day, only 22% of restaurants are full, but 39% say there are many reservations, according to figures from the Association Restauration Québec.

The Association Restauration Québec also shows that consumers prefer to go to restaurants for lunch or brunch (59%).

Conversely, only 11% of consumers plan to go to a restaurant for Mother’s Day, and 30% for dinner.

Still customers, but less spending

At Pâtisserie Rolland, customers are still present, but buy less than before. “It’s actually one of the big holidays of the year, after Christmas and after Easter anyway,” confirmed Hugo Naneix, president of Pâtisserie Rolland.

It is also a popular holiday for florists.

“Naturally, Valentine’s Day is more about bouquets only, it’s one day on February 14 while Mother’s Day there are plants, flower pots, bouquets, and then it takes place over 3 -4 days,” explained Paule Henry, owner at Charlot Fleurs et Cadeaux.

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