While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has led to a massive uptick in sales for everything from toilet paper, hand sanitizer, wipes, masks, and gloves to frozen pizzas and ramen noodles, there are several once-strong retail categories that have turned into a vast wasteland in the world of retail.

Stackline, a Seattle-based retail intelligence and software company, has been diving deeply into the e-commerce sales figures from March of 2019 to March of this year in the United States and they've flagged these products are the ten biggest underperformers:

As for the retail categories that are thriving in these unusual times, one of the biggest surprises is seeing bread makers (up 652%) right behind disposable gloves (up 670%) at the top of the list.