Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Day 302- Nutrition Bites

Most grocery stores are arranged with produce on the left or right side of the store, with frozen foods on the opposite side. Chilled products are at the back of the store and meats are usually near the produce. Everything is designed to direct you around the store to buy most of your staples. This will then direct you to look at more displays and to impulse shop. Store managers are aware that the more time you spend in the store, the more money you will spend. The solution to impulse buying is to shop the perimeter of the grocery store.

Sugar Preacher's Experience
I usually shop for produce first and other items last. I load my cart with healthy food, and then I don't have room for junk food. The same scenario works with my stomach.

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