Most shoppers would still rather go to their local brick-and-mortar food store than shop for groceries online, according to a new survey.

Seventy-five percent of Americans rarely or never buy groceries online, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll. And about 60 percent said their local food stores are the best option for price, selection, quality and convenience. Only about 3 percent said the same about online shopping.

Even among people who make purchases on the Internet regularly, almost 60 percent either never buy groceries online or do so just a few times a year, according to the survey.

About 8,600 people participated in the survey, which was conducted from Aug. 12 to Sept. 1.