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Supermarket ploys to make customer spend money
Posted by Julie Day

How many times have you walked into a supermarket with the intention of buying just one or two items and ended up leaving with a whole basket or trolley-full of shopping? I bet the answer is definitely more than once.

It takes a really strong-willed, focused and determined person not to fall under the supermarket’s 99% fail-proof marketing strategy of tempting customers to purchase more than they actually planned to.


  • shopping
  • commerce
  • marketing
  • supermarkets
Posted by Julie Day

There may be a few people that have had enough of celebrating Christmas, but let's make one last effort for the last fiesta of this festive period.

WHO Warns Against the Consumption of Red and Processed Meat and Their Links to Cancer
Posted by Julie Day

Earlier this week, the World Health Organization warned of the cancer risks linked to red and processed meat.


  • red meat
  • processed meat
  • cancer
  • health
  • food


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