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Bar Sales Volumes Increased Year-On-Year In March

By Dave Simpson

According to the Retail Sales Index March 2022 (Provisional) February 2022 (Final) report from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), the volume of sales in bars decreased month-on-month but increased year-on-year in March of 2022.

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The report, which was published on the CSO's website, states that the volume of sales in bars decreased by 19.6% in March of 2022 from February of 2022, and that there was a 611% year-on-year volume of sales increase in bars in the third month of this year.

While the volume of bar sales increased year-on-year in March of this year, it was 40.4% less than the volume of sales recorded for pre-COVID-19 pandemic February of 2020, according to the CSO.

Food, Beverage & Tobacco (Specialised Stores) Sales

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Meanwhile, the volume of food, beverages & tobacco (specialised stores) sales decreased by 10.3% in March of 2022 from February of 2022, and by 13.4% year-on-year, according to the CSO's data.

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