Goods and services bought for personal use.
goods that are bought and used by the public, rather than being used for manufacturing further goods.
Merchandise destined for ultimate use by persons or households without further commercial processing.
Goods that directly satisfy human desires (as opposed to capital goods). An automobile used for pleasure is considered a consumer good. An automobile used by a businessperson to deliver wares is considered a capital good. See also: Capital Goods, Consumers, Goods
The goods destined to be used for households as ultimate consumer.
Goods not used in production but, bought for personal or household use such as food, clothing, and entertainment.
Goods and services purchased by consumers for their use (as opposed to use in production of other goods and services).
goods (as food or clothing) intended for direct use or consumption
Goods for satisfying people's needs rather than for producing other goods and services.
Goods that are used or acquired for use primarily for personal, domestic or household purposes - eg, clothing, groceries, furnishings, the family car. A person who buys these goods is called a 'consumer'.
Commodities bought and consumed by households and individuals. See Capital goods.
This is the definition under the Personal Property Security Act, meaning goods that are used or acquired for use primarily for personal, family or household purposes.
Any goods produced for use by individuals rather than for the production or manufacture of other goods.
Any goods produced for the expressed use of individuals rather than the production or manufacturing of other goods.
Items purchased by consumers for personal and household use; consumer goods are classified as durables and non-durables.
Products which consumers buy regularly to satisfy basic household demands. Contrast with luxury goods.
Goods that are bought or used for personal, family or household purposes.