Total sales are still in decline but food sales in Scotland were up by 2.5% in May compared to the same month in 2019
Food sales remained high in March but total Scottish sales were down by 11.5%, figures from KPMG have revealed
TOTAL retail sales in Scotland fell by almost a quarter in February, according to the latest figures published by the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC).
Total retail sales in Scotland were at their lowest ever levels in January as lockdown restrictions returned to the highstreet, according to the latest KPMG data produced for the Scottish Retail Consortium.
SCOTTISH food sales continue to buck the overall trend in retail, according to the latest SRC-KPMG retail sales monitor
Covid restrictions had a negative effect on retail during October according to the latest figures from the Scottish Retail Consortium and KPMG
FOOD sales were the only shining light in an otherwise dark September for Scottish retail.
Food sales in Scotland continue to buck the trend as the rest of the retail sector suffers declining sales.
Total food sales in July were up compared to last year, according to the latest figures produced by KPMG for the Scottish Retail Consortium
Scotland's high streets continue to suffer under the weight of coronavirus restrictions, with retail sales markedly below 2019 levels.
FOOD sales in Scotland outperformed total retail during January.
Scottish retail sales appeared to be on the rise towards the end of 2019, following a year of disappointment and decline.
The retail picture across Scotland is looking a little brighter as we head into the crucial Christmas trading period
Food sales continue to buck the trend in Scottish retail.
Compared with last year, food sales in Scotland increased by 2.4% for the four weeks to 24 August .
Scottish food sales enjoyed a modest increase in July, up 1.8% on the previous year .